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International Course Calendar 2018 More than education

Content 04 Sharpen your skills at every level of competence 06 How to use this catalogue 07 Our Speakers

Straumann® International Course Calendar 2018 18

Straumann Smart – Immerse to succeed

19 Master Course on the Bernese Concept for the Treatment of Periodontally Compromised Patients

31 Master Course in Regenerative and ­Plastic-Esthetic Periodontal Surgery 32 Advance Implant Training Course 33 Master Course in Esthetic Implant Dentistry

20 Master Course in Prevention and Management of Esthetic Implant Failures

34 Master Course Edentulism: A challenging condition

21 Full Digital: Same Day Immediate Loading

36 Plan for the long-term results in implant ­prosthetics

22 Reconstructive periodontal plastic surgery in the esthetic zone 23 Guided surgical implant dentistry: Possibilities and limitations 24 Soft Tissue Management at Implants: The Single Tooth Gap 25 Dental Implant Symposium: Start your Journey 26 Master course: Implant Treatment in the Esthetic Zone: from A to Z! 27 Flexible treatment options for fixed full-arch restorations 28 Master Course in GBR and Sinus Floor E ­ levation Procedures 29 Digital Dentistry Symposium: The Time is Now 30 11th Icelandic Education Week

37 Digital Dentistry Symposium: The Time is Now 38 From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept 39 From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept: Advanced Module 1 40 From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept: Advanced Module 2 41 Prosthetic considerations for the CADCAM era and digital solutions 42 The elderly patient in daily private practice 43

Manchester Dental Implant Course

44

The Campbell Academy Year Course

45 Straumann Smart

Content ITI International Course Calendar 2018 47

ITI Online Academy – Lern, interact, grow

52 28th ITI Education Week Bern

48

ITI Education Week Boston

54 ITI Education Week Toronto

49 2nd ITI Education Week London

56

ITI Foundation in Implant Dentistry

50 10th ITI Education Week Hong Kong

botiss

International Course Calendar 2018

58 bone & tissue days – World Congress

61 Hands-on Human Cadaver Course

59

62 Two-day Human Cadaver Course

bone & tissue days Tel Aviv

60 Steigmann & Zucchelli

Sharpen your skills at every level of competence

When it comes to training, the expectations of dental professionals today are higher than ever before. Every dental professional is unique and benefits from individual training. Straumann stands for variety and innovation. This means that we offer the perfect lifelong professional education in more than 70 countries addressing the needs of dentists, dental technicians and dental assistants throughout their career. Continuous professional growth is one of the most important topics for dental professionals. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, lifelong education and training program on surgical and restorative procedures with the latest technologies available on all levels of complexity. This means we offer educational programs ranging from the fundamentals of dental implantology to very complex procedures. This ensures that you are equipped to grow professionally and personally at every stage of your professional life. Sincerely

Marco Gadola, Chief Executive Officer

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Ongoing professional education and lifelong learning starts with us. Straumann® is renowned for its outstanding role in Education and provides state-of-the-art training for dental professionals in more than 70 countries. Part of our commitment to our customers and patients is to provide a comprehensive, ongoing education and training program on surgical and restorative procedures with the latest technologies available and conducted by industry-leading experts from all around the world.

Within education and research, Straumann® works closely with the International Team for Implantology (ITI), an independent, inter­national network of eminent clinicians and researchers from leading clinics, research institutes and universities around the world. The ITI is providing a growing global network for life-long learning in implant dentistry through comprehensive quality education and innovative research for the benefit of the patient.

Since Straumann® is a total solution provider for tooth replacement, we also work closely with botiss biomaterials. The botiss academy offers international ­educational events in dental bone and tissue regeneration.

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How to use this catalogue This catalogue provides an overview of international courses and will be c­ ontinually updated. The courses are sorted by date. A much broader offering is provided

sac level

language

level

EN

language

locally, please visit the Straumann website www.straumann.com or contact your local sales representative.

sac level  The SAC classification was developed by the International Team for

education credits

40

credits

Implantology (ITI) and classifies cases into three categories: Straightforward (S), Advanced (A) and Complex (C) (SAC). The SAC classification helps dentists to determine the degree of complexity and the potential risks for restorative and surgical

theory

procedures.

Straightforward Level

lecture

practical exercises hands-on

The surgical and prosthetic procedures appear uncomplicated, with a low risk of complications. Cases have a predictable functional outcome where aesthetics are not a factor.

live surgeries

live

Advanced Level The surgical and prosthetic procedures pose a greater challenge with an increased risk of complications and a moderate to high aesthetic risk.

Complex Level The surgical and prosthetic procedures appear complicated with a high risk of ­complications and a high aesthetic risk.

education credits  Indicates the number of continuing education points, hours or credits you receive by attending the course. Please note that the p ­ rocedures ­differ by country. You can check the procedures with the local ­provider of the course and your local authority.

lecture  Theoretical sessions, consisting of presentations and might also include case planning and discussion.

hands-on  Practical exercises to support theory part live surgeries  Surgery live either directly at the chairside or transmitted via broadcasting

terms & conditions ѹѹ Course costs do not include travel, accommodation or other non-tuition related costs except stated otherwise. ѹѹ Please be aware: VAT or applicable taxes are not included in all instances except stated otherwise. ѹѹ Course dates can change

registration: You can register for any course using the contact details provided. 6

Our Speakers A dr. william abbott

Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

dr. marcus abboud University of Kentucky College of ­Dentistry as Full Professor and ­Associate Dean for Digital Dentistry, Lexington, KY, USA

dr. samir abou-ayash Department of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

dr. majd al mardini Department of Dentistry and Maxil­lo­ facial Prosthetics Princess Margaret ­Hospital, Associate in Dentistry at the University of Toronto, Private Practice, Hamilton, Ontario, Hamilton Canada

dr. sofia aroca Department of Periodontology, University of Bern, School of ­Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

dr. maria b. asparuhova Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology, Dental Clinic, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland,

B chris barrow

dr. stephen barter, bds msurgdent rcs Specialist Oral Surgeon, Perlan Specialist Centre, ­Eastbourne and ­Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Oral Clinical Research, Institute of Dentistry, QMUL, ­London, Eastbourne, UK

dr. jill bashutski Clinical Assistant Professor Division of Periodontics Department of Periodontics and Oral Medicine ­University of M ­ ichigan School of ­Dentistry, Michigan, USA

dr. ilan beitlitum Department of P ­ eriodontology, Tel Aviv University School of ­Dental ­Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel

prof. urs c. belser Guest professor in the Department of Oral Surgery, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

prof. dr. nitzan bichacho Private Practice, Tel Aviv, Israel

mr. slawek bilko Dental Laboratory, Toronto, Canada

dr. dr. oliver blume The Campbell Academy, Guest Speaker, Manchester, UK

Private Practice, Munich, Germany

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Our Speakers dr. farhad boltchi

prof. daniel buser

Private practice, Texas, USA

Chairman of the Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology, Dental Clinic University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

prof. michael bornstein

dr. ramona buser

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Department of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

prof. dieter bosshardt Head of the Robert K. Schenk L­ aboratory for Oral ­Histology at the Dental Clinics at the University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

prof. urs braegger Head of the Department of ­Reconstructive Dentistry and ­Gerodontology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

prof. jeffrey briney Private practice, California, USA

dr. allen burgoyne Specialist for Implantology, Esthetic Restorative Dentistry and ­Prosthodontics in private practice, Kitchener, Canada

colin burns The Campbell Academy, Implant Dentist, Nottingham, UK

bernita bush Dental Hygiene Instructor, Bern, Switzerland

tracy butler CRHD, MFT, National Director of Hygiene Education, Straumann, Andover, USA

ashley byrne Dental Technician, Managing director of Byrnes Dental, Oxfordshire, UK

C colin campbell

The Campbell Clinic, Director, The Campbell Academy, Director, Nottingham, UK

prof. joão caramés Implantology Institute, Lisbon, Portugal

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Our Speakers sylvain carciofo

dr. luis cuadrado

Dental Technician, Clinic for Fixed ­Prosthodontics and Biomaterials, Center for Dental and Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Geneva, Switzerland

dr. guy carmeli Private Practice, Tel Aviv, Israel

Private Practice, Madrid, Spain

D dr. michel dard

Institut Straumann AG, Basel, Switzerland

dr. robert p. carmichael

dr. andré de souza, d.d.s., m.sc.

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto, CanadaIsra

Assistant Professor at Tufts University, School of Dental Medicine, Boston MA, USA

pd dr. vivianne chappuis

dr. dina dedi

Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology, Dental Clinic, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

dr. dominiki chatzopoulou Specialist Periodontist, Queen Mary ­University of London, School of ­Medicine and Dentistry, London, UK

dr. andré chen Implantology Institute, Lisbon, Portugal

dr. cristina cuadrado Private Practice, Madrid, Spain

Prosthodontist Specialist, director of aesthetic dentistry postgraduate ­programmes at the UCL Eastman ­Dental ­Institute in London, London, UK

prof. nikolaos donos, dds, ms, fhea, phd Chair of Periodontology & Implant ­Dentistry, Institute of ­Dentistry, Barts & The ­London School of Medicine & ­Dentistry, Queen Mary ­University of ­London, ­London, UK

prof. karl dula Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology, Dental Clinic, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

E prof. dr. sigrun eick

Oral Microbiology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

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Our Speakers dr. todd engel

prof. helena francisco

Private practice, North Carolina, USA

F dr. joseph fava

Implantology Institute, Lisbon, Portugal

dr. marshall m. freilich

Prosthodontist, Clinical professor and Co-director of the Continuing Education Implant Residency Program at the ­University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

vincent fehmer

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Toronto, Canada

dr. bernard friedland Assistant Professor of Oral M ­ edicine, Infection, and Immunity and C ­ linical Associate in Harvard School of ­Dental ­Medicine Clinic, Boston, MA, USA

Master Dental Technician, Clinic for Fixed Prosthodontics and B ­ iomaterials, Center for Dental and Medicine, ­University of Geneva, Switzerland, Geneva, Switzerland

dr. mirela feraru Private Practice, Tel Aviv, Israel

thomas flemmig Dean, Kingboard Professor in Advanced Dentistry, Clinical Professor in ­Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry, The ­University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

dr. norbert fock, md dmd Private Practice, Vienna, Austria

ass. prof. george fokas Clinical Assistant Professor in Implant Dentistry Faculty of Dentistry, The ­University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

dr. peter fritz Periodontist in private practice, Fonthill, Canada

dr. paul fugazzotto Private practice, Massachusetts, USA

G dr. german gallucci

Chair, Department of Restorative ­Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences and Raymond J. and Elva Pomfret Nagle ­Associate Professor, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA, USA

dr. hamasat gheddaf, dam, dmd, dr. med. dent. Assistant ­Professor at Tufts University, School of Dental ­Medicine, Boston MA, USA

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Our Speakers dr. bernhard giesenhagen Private Practice, Kassel, Germany

dr. nikos gkranias

J dr. martin janda

Private practice, Lund, Sweden

dr. simone janner

Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Periodontology Centre for Oral Clinical Dentistry Bart’s and The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry, London, UK

dr. arturo godoy

Department of Oral Surgery and ­ tomatology, University of Bern, S School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

prof. lijian jin

Culiacan, México

H dr. adam hamilton, bdsc, dcd

Modern Dental Laboratory P ­ rofessor in Clinical Dental Science, Clinical ­Professor in Periodontology Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

pd dr. tim joda

Prosthodontist and lecturer in ­restorative dentistry and biomaterial sciences, Harvard School of Dental ­Medicine, Boston MA, USA

dr. khoi ha-ngoc Private practice, Québec, Canada

dr. ran herzberg Private Practice, Tel Aviv, Israel

dr. stephen ho Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Private practice, Ontario, Canada

Department of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

K dr. taimoor kamran

King’s College, London, London, UK

jan kielhorn Private Practice, Öhringen, Germany

pd dr. dr. frank rudolf kloss Private Practice, Lienz, Austria

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Our Speakers dr. yong-han koo

dr. sang jin lee

Private practice, Massachusetts, USA

Assistant Professor of Restorative ­Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston MA, USA

dr. konstantinos kountouras

andrew legg

Department of Operative Dentistry in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Athens, Greece

The Campbell Academy, Director, Nottingham, UK

prof. ivo krejci

dr. robin d. listrom

Chairman of the Division of Cariology and Endodontology, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

ass. prof. chatchai kunavisarut

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

M dr. nikos mardas

Assistant Professor in the Department of Advanced General Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University, ­Thailand, Deputy Dean of Graduate School, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

L dr. ernest lam

University of Toronto, Faculty of D ­ entistry, Toronto, Canada

dr. cobi landsberg Private Practice, Tel Aviv, Israel

prof. niklaus p. lang Professor of Implant Dentistry University of Hong Kong, Professor Emeritus, U ­ niversity of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

Specialist in Periodontics, Senior Clinical Lecturer & Honorary Consultant, Barts & The London School of ­Medicine & D ­ entistry, Queen Mary ­University of London, London, UK

prof. duarte marques Implantology Institute, Lisbon, Portugal

dr. will martin Clinical Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Florida's College of Dentistry, Florida, USA

prof. yukka matinlinna Professor in Dental Materials ­Science Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Our Speakers ass. prof. nikos mattheos

ass. prof. edmond pow

Clinical Associate Professor in Implant Dentistry Faculty of Dentistry, The ­University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Clinical Associate Professor in ­Prosthodontics Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

anna mcdonagh

dr. stavros pelekanos

The Campbell Academy, Nottingham, UK

Private Practice, Athens, Greece

gregor mcglashan

prof. bjarni e. pjetursson

The Campbell Academy, Nottingham, UK

Chairman of the Department of ­Reconstructive Dentistry, Faculty of Odontology, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland

dr. gérald mettraux

neil poyser

Private Practice, Bern, Switzerland

dr. hassan moghadam Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Ottawa, Canada

The Campbell Academy, Consultant, Nottingham, UK

R dr. george raeber

prof. frauke müller Division of Gerodontology and ­Removable Prosthodontics, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

P dr. mital patel

Consultant and Honorary Senior C ­ linical Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at The Royal London Dental Hospital and Queen Mary University of London, London, UK

Institut Straumann AG, Basel, Switzerland

dr. david rallis Private practice, Nebraska, USA

pd dr. christoph a. ramseier Department of Periodontics, Dental Clinics, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

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Our Speakers dr. alfonso rao Dip Dent Chieti / Dip Implant Dentistry (Eastman), Master Clinician Program Implant Dentistry (GIDE), Master ­Endodontic (Italy), Bristol, UK

dr. benjamin retzkin Private Practice, Tel Aviv, Israel

prof. dr. dr. daniel rothamel Head of Department, Oral and Maxillofa­ cial Plastic Surgery, Johanniter Hospital Bethesda Mönchengladbach and Associ­ ate Professor, Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf, Mönchengladbach, Germany

dr. dominique rousson Instructor in Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences, Part-time, ­Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston MA, USA

dr. morley s. rubinoff Prosthodontist, Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

S prof. irena sailer

Head of Division of Fixed Prosthodontics and Biomaterials, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

prof. giovanni e. salvi Department of Periodontics, Dental Clinics, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

beatrice sanchez The Campbell Academy, Dental Surgeon, Nottingham, UK

dr. andrea sánchez Digital Specialist, Madrid, Spain

prof. martin schimmel Department of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

prof. anton sculean Chairman of the Department of ­Periodontology, School of Dental ­Medicine, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

dr. beatrice siegrist Department of P ­ eriodontology, ­Univesity of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

dr. shakeel shahdad Consultant and Honorary Clinical S ­ enior Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at The Royal London Dental Hospital, ­Private Practice in London, London, UK

dr. donald somerville Specialist in Prosthodontics in ­private practice, Toronto, Canada

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Our Speakers dr. eszter somogyi-ganss Prosthodontist University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry, Toronto, Canada

dr. martina stefanini Private Practice, Bologna, Italy

dr. marius steigmann, phd Private Practice, Neckargemünd, Germany

dr. valérie suter Department of Oral Surgery and ­Stomatology, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

T dr. ali tahmaseb

Private Practice, Amsterdam, Netherlands

dr. nikos tatarakis Specialist for Periodontics in Private Practice, Clinical Research Fellow at ­Centre for Oral Clinical Research of the Institute of Dentistry, Queen Mary ­University of London, London, UK

dr. theodor thiele, m.sc., m.sc. Private Practice, Berlin, Germany

prof. maurizio tonetti Clinical Professor of Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong

prof. leonardo trombelli School of Dentistry, Periodontology, ­University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy

U prof. cemal ucer

Private Practice, Manchester, UK

dr. istvan urban Private Practice, Hungary, Budapest

V dr. tomaso cristian vercellotti Periodontist, Genova, Italy

verónica vidal Laboratory Specialist, Madrid, Spain

asst. prof. surakit visuttiwattanakorn Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

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Our Speakers dr. robert c. vogel Private practice, Florida, USA

prof. thomas von arx Department of Oral Surgery, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

per vult von steyern Faculty of Odontology, Malmö, Department of Materials science and Technology, Malmö, Sweden

W dr. beat wallkamm

Private Practice, Langenthal, Switzerland

dr. hans-peter weber Professor and Chair of the Department of Prosthodontics, Tufts School of ­Dental Medicine, Boston, MA, USA

prof. daniel wismeijer Private practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

pd dr. julia wittneben Division of Fixed Prosthodontics, University of Bern, School of Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

alexander wunsche Dental Technician, Zahntechnique ­Dental Lab, Miami, USA

Z patrick zimmermann

Dental Technician, Zahnmanufaktur Zimmermann & Mäder AG, Bern, Switzerland

prof. dr. giovanni zucchelli, dds phd Professor of Periodontology at the University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

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Straumann International Course Calendar 2018

Straumann® Smart Immerse to succeed. DISCOVER THE WORLD OF IMPLANT DENTISTRY WITH US.

CLASSROOM TRAINING

ONLINE TRAINING

An onsite curriculum combining

An unique online education

One-to-one supervision by

clinical education and practical

platform allowing dentists

experienced implantologists to

product training tailored to the

to update their knowledge 24/7.

build confidence and provide

needs of starters.

MENTORING

peace of mind.

SIMPLE PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

LAB COMMUNICATION

PRACTICE AND PATIENT MARKETING

Helps reduce complexity

Guidelines on when and what to communicate to the dental technician.

materials for patient consultation as

by initially introducing only a limited number of key products.

Training and demonstration well as tools for online and offline practice marketing.

Do you want to register for or learn more about Smart? Please contact local Straumann subsidiaries.

Master Course on the Bernese Concept for the Treatment of Periodontally Compromised Patients

level

EN

language

course overview The aim of this course is to provide general dentists and specialists with an evidence based concept on the treatment of periodontally compromised patient. Starting with an overview on the anatomy, microbiology, etiology and pathogenesis, the course encompasses the most important aspects in diagnosis, treatment planning, nonsurgical and surgical therapy, use of systemic and local antibiotics, lasers and photodynamic therapy in the overall frame of a comprehensive treatment concept. The various phases of periodontal therapy (i.e. systemic, hygienic, corrective and maintenance) including implant therapy in periodontally compromised dentition and their longterm maintenance will be demonstrated on complex clinical cases.

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,

25

credits

Switzerland date―January 24–26, 2018 time―08:30–17:30h

lecture

duration―3 days host―Center for Continuing Dental Education

Hands-on workshops and live surgeries will help to acquire in-depth

hands-on

knowledge about the novel methods in nonsurgical and surgical ­periodontal therapy including the use of various types of ultrasonics, ­air-flow, perio-flow, lasers, photodynamic therapy, incision techniques,

fee―CHF 3200

flap designs and suturing techniques aiming to treat the defects

CHF 1800 for post-doc students

caused by periodontal and peri-implant infections.

(Fee includes course materials,

live

PDF handouts of all presentations,

course topics include

coffee breaks, dinner.)

ѹѹ Anatomy of periodontal and peri-implant tissues

target group―GP, Specialists

ѹѹ Biology of periodontal and peri-implant wound healing

speakers―Prof. Dr. Anton S ­ culean,

ѹѹ Etiology, prevalence, microbiology and pathogenesis of ­periodontal and peri-implant diseases

Prof. Dr. Sofia Aroca, Prof. Dr. ­Dieter

ѹѹ Periodontitis and systemic diseases

Prof. Dr. Giovanni E. Salvi, PD Dr.

ѹѹ Treatment planning / Case presentations

­Christoph A. Ramseier, Dr. Gérald

ѹѹ Nonsurgical periodontal therapy / old and new concepts

­Mettraux, Dr. ­Beatrice Siegrist,

ѹѹ Use of systemic and local antibiotics in the treament of p ­ eriodontal and peri-implant infections

­Bernita Bush, ­Dental Hygienist (RDH BS)

ѹѹ Lasers and photodynamic therapy in the treatment of periodontal and peri-implant infections

registration and information―

ѹѹ Diagnosis and treatment of endo-perio lesions

Mr. Ueli Nacht

ѹѹ Chemical plaque control /novel strategies for biofilm management

Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12 

ѹѹ Flap designs and suturing techniques for resective or reconstructive periodontal surgery

Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14 

ѹѹ Crown lengthening in anterior and posterior areas

www.ccde.ch

D. B ­ osshardt, Prof. Dr. Sigrun Eick,

Center for Continuing Dental Education

[email protected]

ѹѹ Management of furcations ѹѹ Implants in periodontally compromised patient ѹѹ Diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases ѹѹ Risk assessment and maintenance Live surgeries demonstrating various surgical techniques for anterior and posterior areas including treatment of peri-implantitis will illustrate the techniques presented in the theoretical part and in hands-on workshops. 19

Master Course in Prevention and Management of Esthetic Implant Failures

level

An interactive 3-day course with Live Surgeries

EN

language

course overview In the past several years, esthetic implant f­ ailures have significantly increased. Most of these failures are caused by inproper treatment quality of involved clinicians. The most important causes for esthetic failures are malpositioned implants, the utilization of oversized implants, the wrong number of implants, surgical protocols which overstress the healing potential of the t­ issues, or cemented implant restorations, which cause peri-implant infections due to excess of cement. This 3-day CE course will first present the treatment concepts how to deal with esthetic disaster cases, how to remove osseointegrated implants, how to correct missing keratinized mucosa, and how to

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,

25

credits

Switzerland date―February 28–March 02, 2018 time―08:30–17:30h

lecture

duration―3 days host―Center for Continuing Dental Education

retreat these patients with implant therapy. On the third day, the

live

Bernese surgical and prosthetic concepts will be demonstrated how to prevent esthetic implant complications. Besides more than 15 ­lectures, 5 to 6 live surgeries will be presented to document

fee―CHF 3200

­important steps of therapy.

CHF 1800 for post-doc students (Fee includes course materials,

course topics include

PDF handouts of all presentations,

ѹѹ Welcome, objectives of the course and introduction into the topic

coffee breaks, dinner.)

ѹѹ What is an esthetic implant restoration?

target group―Dentists

ѹѹ Causes of esthetic implant failures

speakers―Prof. Daniel Buser,

ѹѹ Biology of bone healing in membrane-protected defects

Prof. Urs C. Belser, Prof. Anton Sculean,

ѹѹ How to remove failed implants in the esthetic zone, surgical treatment options in esthetic implant failures

von Arx, Dr. Vivianne Chappuis

ѹѹ Soft tissue grafting techniques in cases of failed implants ѹѹ Well documented surgical protocols for implant ­placement in a correct 3D position, combined with simultaneous ­Contour ­Augmentation using GBR ѹѹ Well documented prosthetic protocols for implant restorations in the esthetic zone ѹѹ Post-extraction bone and soft tissue alterations ѹѹ Surgical and prosthetic procedures for single tooth replacement with implant supported crowns

Prof. Dieter Bosshardt, Prof. Thomas

registration and information― Center for Continuing Dental Education Mr. Ueli Nacht Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12  Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14  [email protected] www.ccde.ch

ѹѹ Surgical and prosthetic procedures in extended edentulous spaces with multiple missing teeth ѹѹ The power of pink ceramics

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Full Digital: Same Day Immediate Loading A Straumann® Pro Arch Course

course overview Treating fully edentulous patients has always been challenging yet modern dental implant solutions, such as S ­ traumann® Pro Arch, provide clinicians with a simplified and reliable way to address the challenge. Straumann® Pro Arch is focused on treatment of fully edentulous

EN

language

madrid, spain

lecture

location―i2 Implantología ­Learning Center, Calle Nuñez de Balboa 88

hands-on

28006 Madrid, Spain

patients using fixed restorations and immediate loading protocols. The solution has been designed to address patient specific needs, including

date―March 01–02, 2018

their expectations, different clinical and anatomical situations, as well

May 10–11, 2018

as their financial resources.

September 27–28, 2018

live

time―09:00–19:00h (day 1)

course topics include

09:00–14:00h (day 2)

1. H  ow to select and diagnose a fully edentulous patient under the Pro Arch concept 2. Surgical technique 3. Pro Arch same day immediate loading solutions 4. The use of the TRIOS intraoral scanner in Pro Arch cases, ­temporary and definitive prostheses 5. The Pro Arch prosthetic treatment: same day PMMA full arch design and production 6. All the adds-on while on treatment 7. Communication with the lab on a full digital workflow

duration―2 days

This course will cover: 1. The preoperative phase: looking for the best esthetics and ­function full digital and conventional 2. The surgery with special focus on the full digital approach ­starting with the intraoral scanner 3. The immediate full digital arch, same day, rehabilitation. Design, production and installation 4. The final full arch full digital bridge 5. The technology: TRIOS intraoral scanner, software, CAD software, milling, printing

fee―EUR 1500 target group―The course is ­offered to dentists, ­maxillofacial s­ urgeons and both are more than w ­ elcome to invite their d ­ ental t­ echnicians. Upon request, a ­special ­parallel program focused on ­dental technicians can be offered. ­During the program in March, Arturo Godoy DT will hold a parallel program for ­dental ­technicians. speakers―Dr. Luis Cuadrado, Dr. Arturo Godoy, Dr. Cristina Cuadrado, Dr. Andrea Sánchez, Verónica Vidal registration and information― [email protected] Phone +34 915 62 44 64 or contact your Straumann ­Representative

course objectives The purpose of the course is to share with parti­ cipants deep theoretical knowledge and practical experience in treatment of fully edentulous patients using Straumann® Pro Arch surgical and prosthetic protocols. The extensive usage of full digital workflow and same day immediate loading performed under strict conditions and intensively practiced at the i2 Clinic creates a new implant dentistry focused on individual patients and their needs. During the course, participants will learn step-by-step indications, patient selection, advanced diagnosis, and surgical and prosthetic treatment with a complete digital workflow. The proprietary treatment protocol designed at i2 Clinic that takes advantage of the full digital workflow, including the intraoral scanner, will be used in live surgeries and taught to the participants.

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Reconstructive periodontal plastic surgery in the esthetic zone

level

EN

language

course overview The main indication for surgical root coverage ­procedures result from the high esthetic demand of patients, exposing a large portion of the root surface when smiling or function. The goal is to achieve complete coverage up to the cemento-enamel junction. The coronally advanced flap is used to treat single and multiple recession defects affecting adjacent teeth. This surgical technique demonstrates achievement of complete root coverage in most of the patients irrespective to the number of recessions treated in each intervention.

course topics include Esthetic mucogingival surgery ѹѹ Prognosis of root coverage ѹѹ Predetermination of root coverage ѹѹ The flap moved coronally ѹѹ Bilaminar techniques

bologna, italy location―Studio odontoiatrico, Prof. Giovanni ­Zucchelli, Viale XII Giugno 26,

lecture

40124 Bologna, Italy date―March 26–27, 2018 June 04–05, 2018

hands-on

November 05–06, 2018 time―08:30–18:30h (day 1) 08:45–16:00h (day 2) duration―2 days

live

fee―EUR 1220 (The registration fee includes: ­attendance to all scientific sessions, congress kit, attendance certificate,

ѹѹ Connective tissue graft removal

­coffee-break, lunch, dinner)

ѹѹ Connective tissue graft substitute (mucoderm®)

target group―Surgeons

ѹѹ Wound healing in mucogingival surgery

speaker―Prof. Giovanni Zucchelli

ѹѹ Straumann® Emdogain® in mucogingival surgery ѹѹ Surgical treatment of multiple recessions in patients with esthetic demands

registration and information― FC EVENTI SRL Phone: +39 (0) 51 23 68 95

Treatment of gingival recessions around implants ѹѹ Increase of keratinized tissue before and during implant installation

[email protected] www.fc-eventi.com

ѹѹ Increase of soft tissue thickness during implant installation Hands-on exercises Live surgeries Case Discussions

22

Guided surgical implant dentistry: Possibilities and limitations

level

EN

language

course overview Computer-guided surgery has been a subject of interest to clinicians and in dental implant research for many years. Different levels of evidence have been presented showing different levels of accuracy for dental implants inserted using guided surgical methodologies. Different protocols have been presented in the literature, which vary in aspects such as different guide production, support and surgical protocols. The purpose of this course is to clarify the different concepts

hong kong, sar, china location―Prince Phillip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong

6.5 (tbc) credits

date―April 29, 2018 duration―1 day host―Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong

lecture

in guided surgery and their respective advantages, disadvantages and, more importantly, their limitations. The ongoing evolution and trends regarding these techniques will also be described and discussed.

fee― HK$ 1,500 HK$ 2,000 (after March 31, 2018)

course topics include

HK$ 1000 (for students)

ѹѹ Basic principles of 3D imaging in dental medicine including cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)

target group―GP, Specialists

ѹѹ Principles of guided surgical implant dentistry

Nikos Mattheos, Michael Bornstein

ѹѹ Computer-guided and Operator-guided implant Surgery. Seeing beyond the hype.

registration and information―

ѹѹ Case discussions

Faculty of Dentistry, 6/F,

speakers―Ali Tahmaseb,

Ms. Cathie Chui The Prince Philip Dental Hospital 34 Hospital Road, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong [email protected]

23

Soft Tissue Management at Implants: The Single Tooth Gap

level

EN

language

course overview The aim of the course is the identification of the most effective and efficient surgical approaches for periimplant soft tissue management, prevent complication and understand and control the clinical and surgical variables in single tooth implant placement.

course topics include Day 1 ѹѹ Indications and clinical rationale for optimal management of soft tissues at implant sites ѹѹ Keratinized mucosa: clinical relevance at implant sites

hong kong, sar, china location―Prince Phillip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong date―May 4–5, 2018 time―09:00–18:00h (day 1) 09:00–17:00h (day 2) duration―2 days

ѹѹ Presentation and live microsurgery of two clinical cases Day 2 ѹѹ Hands on course on anatomical surgical model with micro-surgical instruments ѹѹ Socket preservation: soft and hard tissue

hands-on

host―Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong

ѹѹ Flap design and soft tissue management at tissue level and bone level implants ѹѹ Connective tissue grafts for increase in soft tissue thickness

lecture

live

fee― USD 1,500 max. number of participants―24 speaker―Professor Maurizio S. Tonetti registration and information― Straumann Training & Education (T&E)

ѹѹ Bone regeneration with bone-level submerged implant

Contact person: Odeta Shkembi

ѹѹ Soft tissue management and papilla preservation at trans-mucosal implant

Email: [email protected]

ѹѹ Healing of the extraction socket, immediate and delayed implant placement: soft tissue management

social activity: 4 May 2018, Straumann dinner

ѹѹ Approaches to preserve soft tissue volumes and alveolar crest profile ѹѹ Methods to preserve and enhance keratinized mucosa ѹѹ Management of complications and how to stabilize long term outcomes ѹѹ Decision making strategy to manage soft tissues

course objectives The objective is also to assist the participants in clarifying the merits and limits of the different proposals by founding the decision-making process on scientific evidence. The theoretical base will be supported by slide and video presentations, while clinical cases will be treated with live surgery captured through an operating microscope in order to allow participants to capture every detail of the procedure. Over the two days, the course will discuss the theoretical basis for soft tissue management, will illustrate it with live surgery, will have the participants perform the exact procedures on high tech simulators and then discuss a clinical strategy to implement the new skills in practice.

24

Dental Implant Symposium: Start your Journey

level

EN

language

course overview This 1.5 day Symposium is designed to introduce the dental team to the world of implant dentistry, and the innovations that are rapidly changing how implant dentistry is practiced today. Learn from the titans of the industry about the future of Implant dentistry, and how to incorporate implant dentistry into your practice efficiently. Take this opportunity to be on the leading edge of implant dentistry with Straumann. There's something for everyone at this event, from pre-treatment ­planning to placement and final restoration. This is an event you do not want to miss!

course topics include ѹѹ Research & Development ѹѹ The economics of restoring dental implants ѹѹ Full Arch Treatment ѹѹ Guided Surgery

montreal, qc, canada location―Le Centre Sheraton ­Montreal Hotel 1201 Boulevard René-Lévesque West

12.5

credits

Montreal, QC H3B 2L7 date―May 11–12, 2018 duration―1.5 days

lecture

fee―USD 495 target group―GP, ­Periodontist, ­Prosthodontist, OMS, Lab max. number of participants―1000 speakers―Dr. Jill Bashutski, Prof. Urs ­Belser, Tracy Butler CRDH MFT, Dr. Michel Dard, Dr. Paul Fugazzotto, Dr. ­Stephen Ho, Dr. Khoi Ha-Ngoc,

ѹѹ Digital workflow applications

Dr. ­Hassan Moghadam, Dr. George

ѹѹ Patient Case Acceptance

­Raeber, Dr. David Rallis, Dr. Robert

ѹѹ Innovations in digital and implant dentistry

C. Vogel , Dr. German Gallucci

ѹѹ Cost effective restorations ѹѹ A Hygiene approach to success

registration and information― Learn more:

course objectives ѹѹ Understand a crown-down approach to dental implant treatment planning, placement and final delivery

http://straumanneducation.com/­ symposium/CA.php

ѹѹ Incorporate digital workflow into daily implant practice ѹѹ Understand the unique motivations of edentulous, partially ­edentulous and fully dentate immediate load patients for improved case acceptance

25

Master course: Implant Treatment in the Esthetic Zone: from A to Z!

level

Improving surgical and prosthodontic skills for lasting success

EN

language

course overview Anterior maxilla is one of the most challenging sites for implant placement, as the local anatomy is most frequently compromised. At the same time, the esthetic demands are quite high. After careful patient selection and treatment planning, the operator will need to master several bone augmentation surgical techniques, as well as surgical and prosthetic manipulation of the soft tissues. The program is designed for dentists of intermediate level of experience to develop their confidence in the management of complex

bangkok, thailand location―Bangkok Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

lecture

date―May 17–19, 2018 duration―3 days host―Bangkok Hospital

implant treatments in the esthetic zone. The course will focus on

hands-on

evidence-based decision-making and treatment planning of complex cases, while at the same time discussing step-by-step the required

fee―USD 890

techniques and procedures, which will be then applied in handson

max. number of participants―32

exercises and will be shown during the live stream surgery.

speakers―Prof. Nikos Mattheos, Prof. Chatchai Kunavisarut

course topics include Introduction, Treatment Planning and Surgical Techniques: ѹѹ Minimally invasive implant surgery: philosophy, biology and technology ѹѹ Anterior maxilla, anatomic, esthetic and functional limitations ѹѹ Managing the compromised bone: diagnosis and treatment planning ѹѹ Ridge preservation ѹѹ Immediate implants ѹѹ Guided bone regeneration with simultaneous implant placement ѹѹ Technology: implant surface, design and diameter

registration and information― Straumann Training & Education (T&E) Contact person: Odeta Shkembi Email: [email protected]

Hands-on exercises (on plastic model): ѹѹ Introduction to Microsurgical Flap design and suturing ѹѹ Immediate implant placement Advanced Surgical Techniques and Decision Making ѹѹ Managing the compromised soft tissues: manipulation and augmentation ѹѹ Two-stage augmentation approaches Hands-on exercises (on pig jaws): ѹѹ Implant placement with GBR ѹѹ Piezoelectric surgery demonstration and try ѹѹ Summing up, discussion, assignments Prosthetic reconstruction in Anterior Maxilla ѹѹ Prosthetic Management in Esthetic Zone, complicated cases ѹѹ Immediate loading protocol ѹѹ Utilizing digital technology in Implant practice (CADCAM) Hands-on exercise: a) Immediate Loading – using the surgical model b) Temporary crown – using the prosthetic models

26

Flexible treatment options for fixed full-arch restorations

level

EN

language

course overview Straumann® Pro Arch full arch rehabilitations were designed to enable personalized treatment of edentulous patients, ­taking into account each individual’s expectations, clinical situation, and financial capabilities. Patient-specific treatment protocols are based on the vast experience and anatomic classification developed by Prof. João Caramês, who host the meeting.

course topics include ѹѹ Patient selection ѹѹ Digital implant planning ѹѹ Drilling protocol ѹѹ Managing situation with limited bone availability ѹѹ Managing unfavorable situation

lisbon, portugal location―Instituto de Implantologia, Lisbon, Portugal

lecture

date―May 24–25, 2018 duration―1.5 days host―Prof. João Caramês

live

fee―EUR 1500 target group―Dentists, Lab Technicians max. number of participants―12 speakers―Prof. João Caramês, Prof. Helena Francisco, Prof. Duarte Marques, Dr. André Chen

ѹѹ Immediate rehabilitation and soft tissue management ѹѹ Success factors and survival

registration and information―

ѹѹ Case follow-up

Please contact your local Straumann

ѹѹ Live surgeries

­representative.

course objectives The learning objective of the course is to provide theoretical training and practical experience to successfully manage immediate loading treatment according to the Straumann® Pro Arch surgical and restorative protocol. The program will include discussions about modern technologies, surgical and prosthetic techniques, and clinical evidence in the field of immediate full arch restorations. The team of experts from the Implantology Institute will lead the ­conversations and will answer the questions. The course will take place for one and a half days (minimum 12 hours lectures).

27

Master Course in GBR and Sinus Floor Elevation Procedures

level

EN

language

course overview In the past 20 years, implant therapy has rapidly expanded in private practice documented by a large number of implant patients every year. This positive development is due to various factors, among them a significant progress with bone augmentation procedures. In our department, roughly 60% of implants are placed in conjunction with a bone augmentation procedure today, using either a simultaneous or a staged approach. The two main surgical techniques for bone augmentation are the GBR technique using bone fillers and barrier membranes, and the sinus floor elevation (SFE) procedure using either the lateral window technique or the transalveolar Osteotome technique. Both augmentation procedures are routinely used in our

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,

25

credits

Switzerland date―June 20–22, 2018 duration―3 days

lecture

host―Center for Continuing Dental Education

department for more than 20 years to overcome local bone deficiences.

hands-on

Both techniques provide excellent regenerative outcomes with high predictability as documented by numerous clinical studies. This interactive 3 day CE course has been established for experienced implant

fee―CHF 3200

surgeons. The speakers will present the biological basis for current

CHF 1800 (for post-doc students)

­surgical procedures in various lectures, and the criteria for the selec-

Fee includes course materials,

tion of appropriate biomaterials. State-of-the-art information will also

PDF handouts of all presentations,

be provided on Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) for the 3D

coffee breaks, a dinner.

­preoperative analysis of implants patients with anatomic borderline

target group―Dentists

situations. The different surgical techniques will not only be presented

speakers―Prof. Daniel Buser,

and discussed in various lectures, but also demonstrated with live

Dr. Istvan Urban, Prof. Dieter Bosshardt,

­surgeries. In addition, two hands-on workshops are offered.

Prof. Karl Dula, Dr. Vivianne Chappuis,

live

Prof. Thomas von Arx

course topics include ѹѹ Welcome and current trends in implant surgery

registration and information―

ѹѹ Oral anatomy and implant dentistry

Center for Continuing Dental Education

ѹѹ Bone healing in membrane-protected defects: Barrier membranes and bone fillers

Mr. Ueli Nacht

ѹѹ Cone Beam Computed Tomography for preoperative analysis in implant patients

Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14 

ѹѹ Implant placement with simultaneous GBR: Treatment concepts in post-extraction sites

www.ccde.ch

Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12  [email protected]

ѹѹ Treatment options for sinus floor elevation procedures ѹѹ Intraoral bone harvesting for GBR and sinus floor elevation (SFE) ѹѹ SFE with the lateral window technique ѹѹ SFE with the Osteotome technique ѹѹ GBR procedures in the mandible ѹѹ Horizontal and vertical ridge augmentation with GBR ѹѹ GBR procedures in complex cases ѹѹ 5-6 Live surgeries with GBR and SFE procedures ѹѹ 2 hands-on workshops practicing the GBR and SFE technique

28

Digital Dentistry Symposium: The Time is Now How to Implement the Digital Workflow into your Practice

level

EN

language

course overview The way dentistry is practiced today is rapidly changing due to the digital dentistry workflow. Navigating these changes can feel complex, and it really doesn't have to be. Digital dentistry has undergone a tremendous evolution over the last few years, and has emerged as a simple and efficient option for the dental practice and lab. This Symposium is designed with the dental team in mind, and covers how to efficiently and simply incorporate the full gamut of the digital workflow into your practice. Whether you are just getting started with digital dentistry, or using it on a daily basis in your practice, there is something for everyone. Topics include pretreatment planning, guided surgery, final restoration design, delivery, and practice management information for making the digital dentistry workflow simple, efficient, and profitable for your practice. The time is now to understand how to implement digital dentistry into your practice.

course topics include ѹѹ Pretreatment planning ѹѹ Guided surgery ѹѹ Final restoration design ѹѹ Delivery, and practice management ѹѹ Information for making the digital dentistry workflow simple, ­efficient, and profitable for your practice

washington, dc, usa location―Marriott Marquis Washington, DC 901 Massachusetts Ave NW

10.5

credits

Washington, District of Columbia, 20001 date―Pre-symposium: June 21, 2018 Symposium: June 22–23, 2018

lecture

duration―1.5 days fee―USD 495 target group―GP, Periodontists, OMS, Prosthodontists, Lab max. number of participants―800 speakers―Dr. Marcus Abboud, Dr. Oliver Blume, Dr. Jeffrey R. Briney, Dr. Farhad E. Boltchi, Dr. Todd B. ­Engel, Dr. Adam Hamilton, Dr. German Gallucci, Dr. Yong-Han Koo, Dr. David Rallis, ­Dr. Robert C. Vogel, Ashley Byrne, ­Nancy Giordano, Corey Pearlman, Alexander Wunsche registration and information― Learn more:

course objectives

http://straumanneducation.com/

ѹѹ Learn how to incorporate the digital dentistry workflow into daily implant practice

symposium/US.php

ѹѹ Understand the efficiencies of the digital dentistry workflow ѹѹ Understand how to adapt to the rapidly changing dental market to meet patient needs ѹѹ Understand the importance of team communication within your practice and amongst your peers

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11th Icelandic Education Week level

EN

language

course overview A Master Course in Modern Evidence Based Im plant Dentistry focusing on both surgical and prosthetic aspects. This one-week course, taking place in Reykjavik and its beautiful surroundings on the volcanic island, Iceland, addresses the experienced general practitioner, the specialist and the post-graduate student during their training. The concept of modern comprehensive treatment planning, based on the evidence obtained in dental research in the last decades, will

reykjavic, iceland location―VallHöll Center, Háaleitisbraut 1, 105 Reykjavík

44

credits

date― June 23–30, 2018 duration―8 days host―Reykjavik Implant Center & The University of Iceland

lecture

be presented. Case presentations, group work and discussions will be ­carried throughout the course in order to train the participants in ­setting up comprehensive treatment plans, using dental implants. Besides the theoretical part, several live surgeries will be performed. Modern periodontal regenerative procedures and modern plastic peri­ o­dontal surgery, utilizing the latest developments in microsurgical techniques and materials will be addressed. Moreover, live implant surgeries with and without guided bone augmentations (GBR) in the esthetic zone and implant surgery in the posterior maxilla in conjunction with sinus floor elevation will be performed. The participants will have the possibilities to practice these techniques in several hands-on exercises. Prosthetic rehabilitation of partially and totally edentulous patients with dental implants and how optimal esthetic results can be achieved in post extraction sites utilizing new materials will be ­discussed.

course topics include ѹѹ Biological background, initial therapy & treatment planning ѹѹ Surgical protocols, periodontal surgery, GTR

hands-on

fee― EUR 2650 target group―Dentists max. number of participants―40 speakers―Dr. Bjarni E. Pjetursson,

live

Prof. Niklaus P. Lang registration and information― www.icelandicweek.com Ingibjörg Hjálmfríðardóttir [email protected] social activities―Lectures are ­combined with sightseeing in Iceland including visits to the Blue Lagoon, ­Gullfoss, Geysir, Thingvellir and the south coast of Iceland

ѹѹ Implant surgery in the esthetic zone, guided bone regeneration ѹѹ Implant surgery – sinus floor elevation ѹѹ Prosthetics aspects ѹѹ Soft tissue management, peri-implantitis & maintenance ѹѹ Evidence based treatment planning

30

Master Course in Regenerative and ­Plastic-Esthetic Periodontal Surgery

level

Treatment of Peri-Implant Infections & Soft Tissue Defects at Implants

EN

language

course overview This course addresses general dentists and ­specialists who intend to learn more about the use of regenerative and plastic esthetic procedures in Periodontology. Furthermore, the course will also provide a concept for the treatment of peri-implant infections and treatment of soft tissue defects at implants. A c­ oncept based on comprehensive biological research of the last decades is presented. Case presentations and discussions as well as practical exercises and live surgeries help to acquire in-depth ­knowledge about the use of various surgical techniques aiming to ­regenerate the lost periodontal structures and/or to achieve predictable c­ overage of single and multiple gingival recessions. The biological background for the application of biologic active factors, different types of

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,

25

credits

Switzerland date―June 27–29, 2018 time―08:30–17:30h

lecture

duration―3 days host―Center for Continuing Dental Education

­grafting materials, guided tissue regeneration or various combina-

hands-on

tions thereof will be presented and discussed. Innovative surgical ­techniques such as the Modified Coronally Advanced Tunnel (MCAT) and the L­ aterally Moved Double Tunnel (LMDT) with adjunctive

fee―CHF 3200

connective tissue grafts, biologically active factors and soft tissue

CHF 1800 (for post-doc students)

replacement grafts aiming at achieving predictable recession cover-

Fee includes course materials,

age and increase in soft tissue thickness will be presented.

PDF handouts of all presentations,

live

coffee breaks, a dinner.

course topics include

target group―Dentists, Periodontists

ѹѹ Periodontal wound healing and regeneration

speakers―Prof. Dieter Bosshardt,

ѹѹ Rationale for regenerative periodontal therapy

Prof. Giovanni E. Salvi, Dr. Christoph

ѹѹ Classification of periodontal lesions and choice of the ­optimal treatment approach

A. Ramseier, Prof. Sofia Aroca, Dr. Beat

ѹѹ Critical evaluation of biomaterials used in regenerative ­periodontal surgery ѹѹ Surgical crown lengthening in the esthetic area ѹѹ Classification of recession defects and the choice of the ­optimal treatment approach ѹѹ The Modified Coronally Advanced Tunnel (MCAT) and the ­Laterally Moved Double Tunnel (LMDT) for the treatment of ­single and multiple gingival recessions ѹѹ Treatment of soft tissue defects at implants

Wallkamm, Dr. Maria B. Asparuhova registration and information― Center for Continuing Dental Education Mr. Ueli Nacht Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12  Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14  [email protected] www.ccde.ch

ѹѹ Treatment of peri-implant infections ѹѹ Treatment planning and case presentations ѹѹ Step-by-step presentation of various surgical procedures ѹѹ Management of complications following regenerative and ­plastic-esthetic periodontal surgery ѹѹ Presentation of long-term results following regenerative and ­plastic-esthetic periodontal surgery ѹѹ Hands-on workshops on pig jaws for regenerative therapy for intrabony, furcation and recession defects ѹѹ Live surgeries demonstrating predictable techniques for p ­ eriodontal regeneration and coverage of single and ­multiplemaxillary and mandibular recessions 31

Advance Implant Training Course Overcome challenges faced in implant dentistry

level

EN

language

course overview The scope of this course is relative to higher concern situations such as implant placement in esthetic zone, ­compromised bone dimension, multiple implants placement, prosthetics management in complicated situations, and digital solutions in implant dentistry. Participants will also have opportunities to use planning software to plan implant positions, design computer guided surgical templates, place implants using computer guided surgery and insert CADCAM provisional restorations on implants. The knowl-

bangkok, thailand location―Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

15

credits

date―July 19–21, 2018 duration―3 days host―Mahidol University

lecture

edge acquired to this level will be more integrated to ­surgical and prosthetic treatment context and require for experience learner with dental implant placement skills.

fee―USD 990 max. number of participants―35

course topics include

speakers―Asst. Prof. Chatchai

Day 1

­Kunavisarut, Asst. Prof. Surakit

ѹѹ Prosthetic management of complicated cases ѹѹ Immediate loading when and how ѹѹ Implant restoration in the esthetic zone ѹѹ Treatment option and techniques for complete edentulous ѹѹ Live provisional adjustment to achieve esthetic results Day 2 ѹѹ Dealing with inadequate bone volume in the aesthetic zone ѹѹ Biomaterial: what to choose when to use

hands-on

­Visuttiwattanakorn registration and information―

live

Straumann Training & Education (T&E) Contact person: Dr. Odeta Shkembi Email: [email protected] social activity: 20 July, 2018, dinner

ѹѹ Sinus augmentation ѹѹ Live surgery ѹѹ Summarize what we learn from live surgery Day 3 ѹѹ Why computer guided surgery ѹѹ coDiagnostiX™ software: how to use ѹѹ Dental implant treatment in the digital world ѹѹ Planing simulated case with coDiagnostiX™ software ѹѹ Hands-on Guided implant placement & immediate provisional restoration

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Master Course in Esthetic Implant Dentistry An interactive 3-day course with Live Surgeries and Hands-on Workshops

level

EN

language

course overview For many years now, implant esthetics has been a dominating topic in implant dentistry in partially edentulous patients. In the anterior maxilla, the rehabilitation of patients with implant supported restorations is challenging for involved clinicians due to the high esthetic demand expressed by patients, and a difficult anatomical situation with bone and/or soft tissue deficiencies, which are often present in the anterior maxilla. This interactive 3-day CE course has been established more than 15 years ago for experienced colleagues in implant dentistry. It systematically presents the well documented treatment concepts for the handling of single tooth gaps or extended edentulous spaces in the anterior maxilla of partially edentulous patients. These concepts have been developed

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,

25

credits

Switzerland date―September 5–7, 2018 time―08:30–17:30h

lecture

duration―3 days host―Center for Continuing Dental Education

in more than 25 years by our group providing successful outcomes

hands-on

with high predictability and a low risk for complications. All relevant aspects of treatment planning, step-by-step surgical procedures and prosthetic rehabilitation with provisional and definitive restorations

fee―CHF 3200

will be presented and discussed. The speakers will present the bio-

CHF 1800 (for post-doc students)

logic basis for current surgical and prosthetic procedures in various

Fee includes course materials,

lectures. The different surgical techniques including bone augmen-

PDF handouts of all presentations,

tation procedures with the GBR technique will be presented with

coffee breaks, a dinner.

different live surgeries. In addition, two hands-on courses comple-

target group―Dentists

ment the course.

speakers―Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser,

live

Prof. Dr. em. Urs C. Belser, Prof. Dr. ­Dieter

course topics include

D. Bosshardt, Prof. Dr. Thomas von Arx,

ѹѹ Welcome, objectives of the course and introduction into the topic of esthetics ѹѹ Oral anatomy and implant dentistry – The anterior maxilla ѹѹ Fundamental esthetic principles revisited in the context of ­anterior maxillary implant restorations ѹѹ Esthetic risk assessment and basic surgical principles in the esthetic zone ѹѹ Bone healing in membrane protected defects: Bone grafts, bone substitutes and barrier membranes ѹѹ Ridge and soft tissue alterations in post extraction sites ѹѹ Extraction technique in implant patients, socket grafting: When and how? ѹѹ Implant placement post extraction: When immediate, when early, when late? ѹѹ Early implant placement with simultaneous contour ­augmentation using GBR: Surgical procedures and long-term results ѹѹ Soft tissue conditioning with provisional restorations ѹѹ Definitive restorations with ceramo-metal or full-ceramic crowns or bridges ѹѹ GBR procedures in complex situations ѹѹ Prosthetic handling of sites with multiple missing teeth

PD Dr. Vivianne Chappuis, PD Dr. J­ ulia Wittneben, Dr. Ramona ­Buser, Dr. Simone Janner registration and information― Center for Continuing Dental Education Mr. Ueli Nacht Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12  Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14  [email protected] www.ccde.ch

ѹѹ How to use the Pink Power to overcome vertical tissue deficiencies 33

Master Course Edentulism: A challenging condition

EN

language

25

credits

course overview This course is dedicated to the management of edentulous patients. Significant progress has been achieved in the prevention of caries and periodontitis in the last decades; therefore, elderly patients often retain their own teeth until late in life. How-

lecture

ever, edentulism is still a harsh reality for many. Losing all teeth is the «terminal outcome of a multifactorial process involving biological factors and patient-related factors» (Felton 2009). Edentulism constitutes a major oral disability in regard to function, aesthetics and psycho-social aspects. Complete denture prosthetics has come

hands-on

a long way since Gysi, Ackermann or Gerber. Nowadays, there are rational procedures that will allow also the less experienced practitioner to provide patients with functional and aesthetic complete dentures in a reduced number of clinical appointments, like the Bio-

live

functional Prosthetic System (BPS). The knowledge of complete denture prosthodontics constitutes the basis for any implant-supported complete prosthesis. Still, the use of osseointegrated implants for the stabilization of complete dentures is one of the great achievements of modern dentistry. Today, the proposed standard of care for edentulous patients is a conventional mucosa-born denture in the maxilla, and an implant-supported overdenture anchored on two implants in the mandible to ensure patient satisfaction and oral function. However, many of our patients demand fixed prostheses for optimal comfort and function, but we need to discuss what is feasible in the specific anatomical condition. The main topic of the course will focus on rational screwretained fixed implant prostheses on ultra-short 4 mm implants applying the BPS Workflow, virtual planning and guided surgery. The course will also discuss the management of edentulous patients who are often old and may become frail. Finally, the course is complemented with an overview on removable implant prosthetics and Narrow Diameter Implants and Mini Dental Implants. The course will include two live surgeries, one live prosthetic demonstration, hands-on courses with virtual planning and an insertion of extra-short implants in a jaw model.

34

Master Course Edentulism: A challenging condition

EN

language

25

credits

course topics include ѹѹ Specific aspects of edentulism: epidemiology and patient profile ѹѹ Medical aspects in elderly patients ѹѹ Anatomy of edentulous patients ѹѹ Treatment concepts and loading protocols for edentulous patients

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern, Switzerland

ѹѹ Virtual planning for full arch reconstructions in the edentulous patient

date―September 10–12, 2018

ѹѹ Guided surgery for full arch reconstructions in the edentulous patient

duration―3 days

ѹѹ Clinical and laboratory workflows for implant-supported fixed prostheses in edentulous jaws with a reasonable cost/benefit ratio: the modified BPS workflow for Pro Arch TL reconstructions

time―08:30–17:30h

Dental Education

fee―CHF 3200

ѹѹ An update on rapid prototyping

CHF 1800 (for post-doc students)

ѹѹ Dentures 2018: All digital? An insight in the present and in the future of complete denture prosthodontics.

Fee includes course materials,

ѹѹ Live prosthetics: The modified BPS Workflow

coffee breaks, a dinner.

ѹѹ Esthetic outcomes with Pro Arch TL Reconstructions ѹѹ Overview on attachment systems for implant-overdentures: the Bern concept ѹѹ Alternative options with one-piece Narrow Diameter Implants ѹѹ Maintenance aspects, complications and clinical outcomes

hands-on

host―Center for Continuing

ѹѹ Impact of implant reconstructions on oral function and ­quality of life

ѹѹ How to optimize conventional dentures

lecture

live

PDF handouts of all presentations, target group―Dentists speakers―Prof. Dr. Urs Brägger, Prof. Dr. Martin Schimmel, PD Dr. Tim Joda, PD Dr. ­Julia ­Wittneben, Dr. Samir Abou-Ayash, ­Patrick ­Zimmermann, Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser, Prof. Dr. Thomas von Arx, Dr. Simone Janner, Dr. Valérie Suter registration and information― Center for Continuing Dental Education Mr. Ueli Nacht Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12  Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14  [email protected] www.ccde.ch

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Plan for the long-term results in implant ­prosthetics

level

EN

language

course overview Implant treatment has become a predictable treatment that offers a range of solutions for missing teeth. After five decades of research and development, the potential to achieve a good esthetic result has improved. When a single tooth is missing, often the first choice is implant treatment. In these situations, the patients’ requirements and expectations have increased, particularly when it comes to replacing lost teeth in the esthetic zone. How can you predictively determine how treatment outcome will be, so that the expectations of patients end up at a realistic level? How to use the prosthetic solutions for soft tissue management to achieve such a good esthetic result possible? The lecture focuses on clinical cases, showing step by step instructions, including how to shape the mucosa and take a good impression. For major bridges and full bridges we struggle with problems like “chip-offs” and fractured screws. In these restorations, the design of the restoration is of great importance. A good fit has been found to be very important for successful results. Should we cast or mill, screw or cement, use abutments or not? Program includes a visit to the Createch production facilities and a guided tour in San Sebastian.

san sebastian, spain date―September 14–15, 2018 duration―1.5 days

lecture

fee―SEK 12000 excl. VAT. SEK 15000 incl. VAT. 2 nights in hotel, 2 lunches and 2 course dinners included. Cost of flight will be extra. target group―Dentists with some ­experience in implant treatment max. number of participants―20 speaker―Martin Janda registration and information― JB Travel groups Meeting Events Contact person: Anna Karlsson [email protected] More information: E-mail: Education.se @straumann.com

course topics include ѹѹ What are the opportunities and constraints in treatment with implants in single tooth cases? ѹѹ SAC index and how it can be used in practice ѹѹ What realistic expectations can we give the patient about ­the treatment outcome? ѹѹ Soft tissue conditioning, using temporary crowns ѹѹ Presentation of individual impression top ѹѹ How should you design the skeleton and porcelain to make the restoration last longer? ѹѹ Should we screw or cement? ѹѹ How important is good fit? ѹѹ Should we use spacers or not? ѹѹ New materials in implant prosthetics ѹѹ If a complication is nevertheless encountered, how do I handle it? You will receive a detailed course program before the course starts.

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Digital Dentistry Symposium: The Time is Now How to Implement the Digital Workflow into your Practice

level

EN

language

course overview The way dentistry is practiced today is rapidly changing due to the digital dentistry workflow. Navigating these changes can feel complex, and it really doesn't have to be. Digital dentistry has undergone a tremendous evolution over the last few years, and has emerged as a simple and efficient option for the ­dental practice and lab. This Symposium is designed with the dental team in mind, and covers how to efficiently and simply incorporate the full gamut of the digital workflow into your practice. Whether you are just getting started with digital dentistry, or using it on a daily basis in your ­practice, there is something for everyone. Topics include pretreatment planning, guided surgery, final restoration design, delivery, and practice management information for making the digital dentistry workflow simple, efficient, and profitable for your practice. The time is now to understand how to implement digital dentistry into your practice.

course topics include ѹѹ Pretreatment planning ѹѹ Guided surgery ѹѹ Final restoration design ѹѹ Delivery, and practice management

san francisco, ­c alifornia, usa location―The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

10.5

credits

335 Powell Street San Francisco, CA 94102 date―Pre-symposium:

lecture

September 13, 2018 Symposium: September 14–15, 2018 duration―1.5 days fee―USD 495 target group―GP, Periodontists, OMS, Prosthodontists, Lab max. number of participants―800 speakers―Dr. Marcus Abboud, Dr. Oliver Blume, Dr. Jeffrey R. Briney, Dr. Farhad E. Boltchi, Dr. Todd B. Engel, Dr. Adam Hamilton, Dr. Yong-Han Koo, Dr. Will Martin, Dr. David Rallis, Dr. Robert C. Vogel, Alexander Wunsche,

ѹѹ Information for making the digital dentistry workflow simple, efficient, and profitable for your practice

Nancy Giordano, Corey Pearlman,

course objectives

registration and information―

ѹѹ Learn how to incorporate the digital dentistry workflow into daily implant practice

Learn more:

ѹѹ Understand the efficiencies of the digital dentistry workflow

symposium/SF.php

Ashley Byrne

http://straumanneducation.com/

ѹѹ Understand how to adapt to the rapidly changing dental ­market to meet patient needs ѹѹ Understand the importance of team communication within your practice and amongst your peers

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From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept

level

EN

language

course overview The aim of this 5-day course is to introduce the participants to The Geneva fixed restorative Treatment ­Concept and offer theoretical and intense hands-on training for a wide range of treatments from non-invasive restorative procedures to fixed implant reconstructions. This course is aimed to national and international dental professio‑­ nals that would like to be introduced to the fixed restorative treat-

geneva, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva

35

credits

date―October 15–19, 2018 duration―5 days host―University of Geneva

lecture

ment concept, starting from the minimally invasive treatment ­philosophy to fixed esthetic implant reconstructions including new digital technology. Besides lectures and live demonstrations, the ­participants will have the opportunity to enhance their practical clinical skills in order to be able to apply the demonstrated types of treatment procedures to their patients.

course topics include ѹѹ Update on non-invasive and minimally invasive restorative concepts ѹѹ Update on adhesive technology and procedures ѹѹ Minimally invasive complex rehabilitations ѹѹ Indications and limitations of new restorative materials and technology for tooth- and implant supported reconstructions ѹѹ Optical impression and CADCAM workflow

fee―EUR 3800 target group―GP

hands-on

max. number of participants―20 speakers―Prof. Irena Sailer, Prof. Ivo Krejci, Collaborators of the D ­ ivision for Cariology and ­Endodontology and of the D ­ ivision for Fixed Prosthodontics and ­Biomaterials, Mr. Vincent Fehmer, Guest lecturer Dr. Konstantinos ­Kountouras registration and information― Mrs Patricia Maurer, Formaco

course objectives 5 days of theoretical and practical education

Clinique universitaire de

from non-invasive ­restorations to complex rehabilitations encom-

médecine dentaire

passing fixed reconstructions and new workflows.

1, rue Michel-Servet, 1211 Genève Phone: +41 (0) 22 379 40 99 [email protected] www.thegenevaconcept.org

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From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept Advanced Module 1: Non-invasive and minimally-invasive ­concepts in restorative and reconstructive dentistry course overview The aim of this two day intensive course is to expose the participants to the latest and most advanced minimally invasive restorative and reconstructive concepts. Starting from non-invasive preservation of teeth to minimally invasive implant therapy, this course will give more detailed insight into this topic as addressed in the basic module. To get the maximum benefit of this advanced seminar, success-

level

EN

language

geneva, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva

35

credits

date―June 04–05, 2018 duration―2 days host―University of Geneva

lecture

ful completion of the basic course “From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept“ is highly ­recommended, but not mandatory.

course topics include ѹѹ Life-long dental coaching – the custom-tailored individual ­preventive concept ѹѹ Update on highly efficient individual caries preventive measures ѹѹ Caries detection and monitoring by using near infrared light ѹѹ High-tech tools for modern conservative dentistry: 3D microscopes, lasers, optical scanners, augmented reality ѹѹ Novel composite materials and adhesives for noninvasive ­restorations -Techniques of noninvasive adhesive restorations ѹѹ Techniques of microinvasive adhesive restorations ѹѹ Prevention of erosions

fee―CHF 1650 target group―GP

hands-on

max. number of participants―20 speakers―Prof. Irena Sailer, Prof. Ivo Krejci, Collaborators of the D ­ ivision for Cariology and ­Endodontology and of the D ­ ivision for Fixed Prosthodontics and ­Biomaterials, Mr. Vincent Fehmer registration and information― Mrs Patricia Maurer, Formaco Clinique universitaire de

ѹѹ Noninvasive direct restorative treatment of erosions

médecine dentaire

ѹѹ Desensibilisation of sensitive teeth

1, rue Michel-Servet, 1211 Genève

ѹѹ Management of MIH

Phone: +41 (0) 22 379 40 99

ѹѹ Microabrasion

[email protected]

ѹѹ Megaabrasion

www.thegenevaconcept.org

ѹѹ Tooth bleaching ѹѹ Microinvasive caries and erosion management ѹѹ Nonprep tabletop restorations ѹѹ Nonprep veneers ѹѹ Nonprep adhesive bridges

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From non-invasive procedures to fixed implant reconstructions – The Geneva Concept

level

Advanced Module 2: Digital procedures and their implication

EN

language

course overview The aim of this 3-day advanced course module is to teach theoretically and practically how digital procedures are implemented in The Geneva Fixed Restorative Treatment Concept. From patient examination to risk assessment, diagnostics and treatment planning; the current digital tools will be thoroughly analyzed and their applications for daily practice will be presented. Smile design software up to guided surgery systems will be evaluated. Furthermore, different optical impression systems and associated

geneva, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva

35

credits

date―September 14–16, 2018 duration―3 days host―University of Geneva

lecture

CADCAM workflows will be discussed, demonstrated and trained for both tooth-borne and implant- borne restorations. Starting from single-unit partial restorations up to complex full-mouth fixed rehabilitations, the indications and current limitations will be shown in order to deliver a clinical concept for the implementation of the computer-aided procedures in daily practice. As the basic course, the 2 advanced course modules are aimed to national and international dental professionals that would like to learn more about the fixed restorative treatment concept. Besides lectures and live demonstrations the participants will have the opportunity to enhance their practical clinical skills in order to be able to apply the demonstrated types of treatment procedures to their patients.

course objectives ѹѹ Current status of the different digital tools for dental medicine ѹѹ Digital diagnostics, smile design ѹѹ Evaluation of different optical impression systems ѹѹ Chairside CADCAM restorations, labside CADCAM restorations

fee―CHF 2500 target group―GP

hands-on

max. number of participants―20 speakers―Prof. Irena Sailer, Prof. Ivo Krejci, Collaborators of the D ­ ivision for Cariology and ­Endodontology and of the D ­ ivision for Fixed Prosthodontics and ­Biomaterials, Mr. Vincent Fehmer registration and information― Mrs Patricia Maurer, Formaco Clinique universitaire de médecine dentaire 1, rue Michel-Servet, 1211 Genève Phone: +41 (0) 22 379 40 99 [email protected] www.thegenevaconcept.org

ѹѹ Guided procedures in fixed restorative dentistry ѹѹ Indications and limitations of the new technology for toothand implant supported reconstructions

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Prosthetic considerations for the CADCAM era and digital solutions

level

EN

language

course overview Working with reconstructive dentistry has never been so stimulating as it is right now. With many new materials and technological advances, there are a lot of new opportunities. But it is also important to remain updated to know how to get the most out of materials and methods.

course topics include ѹѹ Strategic choices for new materials and methods ѹѹ Where and how do we use the new technologies best? ѹѹ Treatment planning and communication. ѹѹ Clinical workflow

berlin, germany date―November 09–10, 2018 duration―1.5 days

lecture

fee―SEK 6500 excl. VAT. SEK 8125 incl. VAT. Including lunch and one dinner target group―Dentists and dental technicians with some experience in prosthetic dentistry and implant ­treatment

ѹѹ Cements and cementing techniques

max. number of participants―20

ѹѹ CADCAM or analog treatment aids

speaker―Per Vult von Steyern

ѹѹ Biomechanical considerations ѹѹ Esthetic considerations

registration and information―

ѹѹ Digital solutions

Straumanns kursavdelning: Tel: +46 (0) 31 708 75 00

course objectives Where and when can we use the new materials and methods, and how do you use them? What cement do you use, and can you use the intraoral scanner for an implant patient. During

E-post: [email protected] www.straumann.se/professionals/ courses

the course we will show you how to work with new materials and techniques, and digital solutions. We use clinical cases and compare the new with what we did in the past. What are the pros and cons of each technology, and how can new technologies make life easier in the clinical practice?

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The elderly patient in daily private practice Current challenges in diagnosis and treatment

level

EN

language

course overview The elderly patient will be one of the major challenges of dental medicine in the coming decades due to changing demographics. The life expectancy of people in industrialized countries has increased to over 90 years for males and females alike. What might read as good news first, also comes along with many problems for dental treatment planning and maintenance. The aging population exhibits distinct differences in functional and cognitive aspects, and also with regard to systemic diseases and their treatment in comparison to their younger counterparts. These factors all have a direct

hong kong, sar, china location―Prince Phillip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong

6.5 (tbc) credits

date―November 18, 2018 duration―1 day host―Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong

lecture

impact on general prosthodontic concepts for an aged population, which influence planning of dental implant therapy and the selection of minimally invasive and maximally effective treatment modalities.

fee― HK$ 2000 (registrations

This one-day symposium will focus on all these aspects mentioned

before September 30, 2018)

and will discuss treatment and followup concepts that can be utilized

HK$ 2500 (registrations

in private practice to offer optimal care for the elderly patient.

after ­September 30, 2018) HK$ 1000 (Students) (RPG/TPG)

course topics include

speakers―Frauke Müller,

ѹѹ Systemic diseases and their treatment: medical risk factors in the elderly patient

Martin Schimmel, Michael Bornstein

ѹѹ Functional and cognitive aspects in elderly patients that have an impact on treatment planning

registration and information―

ѹѹ General prosthodontic concepts in an aged population

The Prince Philip Dental Hospital,

ѹѹ Dental implants for elderly patients: minimally invasive and maximally effective Concepts

34 Hospital Road, Sai Ying Pun,

ѹѹ Fixed or removable dentures? A guide to solve the dilemma

Email: [email protected]

Ms. Cathie Chui, Faculty of Dentistry, 6/F,

Hong Kong

ѹѹ Follow-up and maintenance: focus on dentures and implants ѹѹ Case discussions

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Manchester Dental Implant Course level

EN

language

course overview Ucer Education’s Manchester Dental Implant Certificate Course (formerly ‘A Multi-System Implantology Certificate Course’) teaches clinicians how to incorporate implant treatment into their practices safely and with confidence using the most documented and proven implant systems. The Ucer Education team has accumulated years of teaching and research experience as well as gaining a European reputation for developing the framework for clinical teaching dental implantology and training the trainers in this field.

course topics include Covering everything from basic surgical techniques, patient assessment, treatment planning, advanced hard and soft tissue techniques, bone grafting through to laboratory and technical procedures, our multi-technique teaching approach ensures a fully rounded learning opportunity. The curriculum fulfils all the learning objectives necessary to prepare a candidate looking to undertake further postgraduate education such as the Diploma in Implant Dentistry RCS Ed, MSc in Dental Implantology or MSc in

manchester, uk location―ICE Hospital date―Commences January, 2018

70

credits

duration―12 days host―UE Ucer Education fee―£ 6,600

lecture

target group―GP max. number of participants―24 speakers―Prof. Cemal Ucer and a ­faculty of highly trained and

hands-on

experienced professionals. registration and information― www.ucer.education.co.uk or Call +44 (0) 16 12 37 18 42

Digital Dentistry.

course objectives The course is exclusively designed to provide clinicians with the theoretical and practical skills required to perform dental implants to the highest standard, either from a surgical and restorative or just a restorative perspective, ready for them to move on to clinical training, if desired.

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The Campbell Academy Year Course level

EN

language

course overview The Year Implant Course has been designed entirely with this in mind, with an education faculty of exceptional quality together with hands-on, practical and delegate surgery on patients that they have selected and planned themselves. Following on from this, delegates will be introduced to The Straumann Clinical Mentoring Scheme in association with The Campbell Academy in order to be able to continue to facilitate their development in implant dentistry.

course topics include Twelve days of teaching over 10 months, including lecture-based teaching, discussion groups, hands-on practical sessions, further reading opportunities, evidence-based discussion, full clinical exposure to patients in a supervised environment and mentoring opportunities in a structured nationwide mentoring programme in line with GDC guidance.

nottingham, uk location―The Campbell Academy date―commences in January 2018

70

credits

duration―12 days host―The Campbell Academy fee―£ 9,900

lecture

target group―GP max. number of participants―12 speakers―Colin Campbell, ­Andrew Legg, Colin Burns,

hands-on

Michael Bornstein, Neil Poyser, Chris Barrow, Beatrice Sanchez, Gregor McGlashan, Anna ­McDonagh

course objectives By the end of the course each delegate will: ѹѹ Have a good foundation knowledge of the scientific basis of implant dentistry

live

registration and information― Call +44 (0) 115 9823 919 or Email: [email protected]

ѹѹ Be able to assess patients comprehensively with a view to ­providing dental implants as a treatment option. This will include appropriate special tests, the ability to report CBCT scans, and be able to apply this to multi-disciplinary patient cases. ѹѹ Be able to provide straightforward implant surgical treatment to patients under supervision, including all planning aspects and post-operative care (in accordance with the SAC classification). ѹѹ Be able to provide restorative treatments to straightforward implant cases, including single units and straightforward ­bridgework. This will include impression taking, abutment ­selection and restoration selection. ѹѹ Have an appreciation on how dental implants can be used within their own practices to provide more comprehensive care to their patients and market this accordingly

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Straumann Smart level

EN

language

course overview This is a comprehensive introduction to Surgical  and Restorative dentistry. Each delegate is given the opportunity to place 3 implants in a patient that is provided by the course, to experience placement in Straightforward indications including single tooth and edentulous arch. The restorative module also includes treating patients and you will experience impression t­ aking and the fitting of the implant structure. Delegates will be given access to our online education platform for self-study purposes and access to a mentor.

course topics include The Smart curriculum allows you to benefit from: ѹѹ A modular, clinical and product training programme following the structure of the dental implant treatment workflow ѹѹ Training content tailored to the treatment of Straightforward indications ѹѹ A broad variety of practical hands-on sessions ѹѹ Experienced speakers ѹѹ Networking with peers

bristol, uk location―Queen Square Dental & ­Implant Clinic

42

credits

date― Module 1 / Single Tooth: May 31–June 2, 2018 Module 2 / Bounded 2-3 Tooth Space: July 19–20, 2018

lecture

Module 3 / Overdentures: September 13–14, 2018 Module 4 / Restorative Overview: November 15–17, 2018

hands-on

duration―10 days fee―£ 6,000 + VAT. target group―GP

live

max. number of participants―10 speaker―Dr. Alfonso Rao registration and information―

course objectives

Please contact the Education ­department

Over the four modules delegates will gain an in-depth

on +44 (0) 1293 6512 70

­understanding  of:

or fill in the form at:

ѹѹ Patient selection and examination

www.smartcourse.co.uk

ѹѹ Treatment planning and gaining patient consent ѹѹ Implant design and selection ѹѹ Basic surgical procedures including aseptic techniques ѹѹ Restorative procedures including uncovering of implant and impression taking ѹѹ Lab communication ѹѹ Fitting final restoration ѹѹ Implant care and maintenance

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ITI International Course Calendar 2018

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Sign up for a free lifetime account today: academy.iti.org Sign up for a free lifetime account today: academy.iti.org ITI Foundation is an ADA CERP recognized provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does ITI Foundation is an ADA CERP recognized provider. ADA CERP is a serit imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. vice of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

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ITI Education Week Boston

Comprehensive Implant Dentistry: From Treatment Plan to Clinical Implementation

level

EN

language

course overview This ITI Education Week, held at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, has been designed for clinicians with experience in the field of implant dentistry. The program focuses on comprehensive treatment planning in the form of cases that will be presented, discussed and applied on simulation models. This five-day course includes lectures, live surgeries, live prosthetics, workshops and hands-on sessions. It also includes useful translational research information that has a direct impact on clinical applications, underscoring the evidence-based treatment concepts the school applies.

course topics include ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ

Current trends in implant treatment planning 3D imaging in implant dentistry Virtual planning Guided implant placement Digital workflow in implant prosthodontics Implant placement following tooth extraction Sinus floor elevation Short implants Contemporary materials for implant restorations Implant loading protocols Optimizing prosthetic outcomes with implant prostheses Implant prosthetic options for fully edentulous patients Prevention and treatment of complications in implant dentistry Hands-on workshops - Digital treatment planning - Digital design of a surgical guide - Sinus floor elevation - Digital design and milling of implant restorations - Problem solving in implant dentistry – interactive case discussion ѹѹ Planning workshops - Case studies (four cases throughout the course)

boston, usa location―Harvard School of ­Dental Medicine, Boston, MA

33

credits

date―June 04–08, 2018 duration―5 days fee―ITI Fellows/Members: USD 3600

lecture

Non-ITI Members: USD 4000 target group―Dentists max. participants―40  speakers―Dr. German O. Gallucci,

hands-on

Dr. Hans-Peter Weber, Dr. Bernard ­Friedland, Dr. Adam Hamilton, Dr. Sang Lee, Dr. Dominique Rousson, Dr. André De Souza, Dr. Hamasat ­Gheddaf Dam, Dr. Panos Papaspryidakos registration and information― ITI Education Phone: +41 (0) 612 70 83 85 Fax: +41 (0) 612 70 83 84 [email protected] www.iti.org

course objectives ѹѹ Benefit from actively participating in comprehensive implant treatment planning activities ѹѹ Experience the advantages and challenges of digital workflows in implant dentistry ѹѹ Plan prosthodontically driven implant placement ѹѹ Distinguish the indications for immediate, early and late implant placement ѹѹ Make evidence-based decisions about implant loading times ѹѹ Understand indications for sinus floor elevation and approaches vs. the use of short implants ѹѹ Discuss implant and implant prosthodontics complications, their prevention and treatment

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2nd ITI Education Week London

Modern Treatment Solutions for Advanced Clinical Problems

level

EN

language

course overview Despite the high predictability of treatment with titanium dental implants, long-term success and esthetic outcomes are a continuing challenge in cases of implants placed in areas with significant bone and soft tissue loss. This course will ­provide evidence-based and up-to-date treatment solutions for different clinical scenarios where implant placement and restoration is not straightforward. Utilizing clinically orientated lectures, workshops, live surgeries, videos and case-based discussions, the participant will be provided with the necessary knowledge as well as technical advice / tips starting from initial treatment planning to the delivery of final implant restorations in advanced cases where the lack of hard and soft tissue creates a challenging clinical situation.

course topics include ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ

ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ ѹѹ

Digital pathway: from treatment planning to the final restoration Implant provisional restorations for ideal emergence profile GBR: treatment principles and factors for success GBR in esthetic areas Management of the deficient posterior maxilla: sinus augmentation & short implants Sinus lift: treatment principles and factors for success Management of the deficient alveolar ridge: staged ­augmentation utilizing piezoelectric surgery for ­autogenous block grafting vs. bone builder Management of the extraction site 2nd stage surgery: treatment principles and factors for success Management of soft tissue defects around implants using autogenous and xenogeneic soft tissue grafts 1-2 live surgeries Case-based presentations and interactive discussions

london, uk location―Centre for Oral Clinical Research, Queen Mary University London, Bart's & The London School

35.5

credits

of Medicine & Dentistry date―July 9–13, 2018 duration―5 days

lecture

fee―ITI Fellows/Members: GBP 2800 Non-ITI Members: GBP 3100 target group―Dentists

hands-on

max. participants―20  speakers―Prof. Nikos Donos, Dr. Nikos Madras, Mrs. Shirley Goodey, Dr. Stephen ­Barter, Mr. Ashley Byrne, Dr. Dominiki

live

­Chatzopoulou, Dr. Dina Dedi, Dr. Nikos Gkranias, Dr. Taimoor Kamran, Dr. Mital Patel, Dr. S ­ hakeel Shahdad, Dr. Nikos ­Tatarakis, Dr. ­Claudia Wellman, Prof. Tomaso Cristian ­Vercellotti registration and information― ITI Education Phone: +41 (0) 612 70 83 85 Fax: +41 (0) 612 70 83 84 [email protected] www.iti.org

course objectives ѹѹ Become familiar with the digital pathway that could improve treatment outcomes from initial treatment plan to final restoration ѹѹ Understand and become familiar with the surgical techniques and biomaterials used routinely for guided bone restoration simultaneously or before implant placement ѹѹ To understand and become familiar with the surgical techniques for soft tissue preservation and augmentation during 2nd stage surgery or after implant restoration ѹѹ Understand and become familiar with the use of piezoelectric surgery ѹѹ Understand the use of short implants vs. sinus lift ѹѹ Develop treatment planning skills through case-based presentations

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10th ITI Education Week Hong Kong Comprehensive Care with Dental Implants

level

EN

language

course overview This six-day Education Week addresses the general dental practitioner as well as the specialist and postgraduate student in his/her last year of training with an interest in comprehensive dental care. Combining daily seminars with hands-on training,

40

credits

live surgeries and daily case presentations and discussions in working groups, the goal of this intensive program is to merge theory and practice and allow participants to master comprehensive treatment planning with dental implants.

lecture

Great emphasis is placed on the planning of surgical and restorative interventions, as well as patient maintenance and mastering biological and technical complications. Aspects of treatment planning, surgical and restorative procedures will be approached from a theo-

hands-on

retical and practical perspective, while a day will be devoted to the prevention, diagnosis and management of complications as well as the identification of the interactions between technical and biological factors that lead to failures.

live

Besides approximately 20 lectures that cover the most up-to-date aspects of the clinical practice, an evidence-based treatment philosophy is offered. Hands-on exercises in the newly established SIM laboratory of the Faculty of Dentistry round off the course in order to provide the necessary skills for advanced restorative and surgical procedures in implant dentistry and related fields (guided bone regeneration, piezoelectric surgery, immediate temporary restorations). Bone augmentation and sinus floor elevation using modern materials will also be practiced in the SIM Lab. Two live surgery sessions will allow participants to see the complete procedure and interact with the surgeons in real time. The course will include three hands-on sim-lab and two live surgery sessions. To promote friendship and collegial discussions, most of the late afternoons and evenings will be spent together in the proximity of Prince Philip Dental Hospital exploring the beauty and culinary ­specialties of Hong Kong. Visit at Victoria Peak, an evening on Lamma Island and a trip to the famous Stanley market accompanied by a meal will serve to create fine memories of this lively and vibrant city. Spouses and partners are welcome to these social events, which will leave them free to experience the unlimited shopping facilities of Hong Kong during the day.

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10th ITI Education Week Hong Kong Comprehensive Care with Dental Implants

level

EN

language

course topics include

Treatment planning and decision-making ѹѹ Comprehensive treatment planning and treatment strategies ѹѹ Patient selection and comprehensive risk assessment ѹѹ Systemic diseases and periodontal conditions ѹѹ Decision making for reconstructions in the esthetic zone ѹѹ The Digital Technology and Workflow for patient assessment and treatment planning Modern surgical aspects of implant dentistry ѹѹ Clinical decision-making ѹѹ Guided tissue regeneration and application of enamel matrix proteins ѹѹ Implant placement in the area of esthetic priority ѹѹ Immediate implant installation ѹѹ The posterior maxilla and sinus floor elevation ѹѹ Computer guided surgery Modern prosthetic aspects of implant dentistry ѹѹ Evidence-based decision-making in reconstructive dentistry ѹѹ Principles of restorative-driven treatment planning ѹѹ Predictability of Implant-supported reconstructions ѹѹ Immediate provisional restorations ѹѹ Implant restorations in the esthetic zone ѹѹ Conditioning of the soft tissues through temporary implant restorations ѹѹ Management of the fully edentulous arch ѹѹ The digital workflow of implant restorations Maintenance, prevention and management of complications ѹѹ Comprehensive maintenance strategies for implant patients ѹѹ Continuous risk assessment ѹѹ Bio-technical basis of implant complications ѹѹ Prevention and management of technical complications ѹѹ Prevention and treatment of peri-implant diseases Practical modules ѹѹ Four case presentations with treatment planning exercises and discussions ѹѹ Two live surgeries ѹѹ Three hands-on exercises in the sim lab of the Faculty of ­Dentistry, ­including guided bone regeneration, sinus a ­ ugmentation/block graft with the use of piezoelectric surgery, impressions in the esthetic zone and immediate provisional restorations.

course objectives

ѹѹ Be competent to perform patient assessment and design ­restorative-driven, evidence-based and comprehensive t­ reatment plans for complex cases addressing biological, esthetic and ­functional patient needs ѹѹ Have a profound understanding of the Digital Technology aids for the planning and execution of Implant Surgery as well as the ­Digital ­Workflow for restorative procedures ѹѹ Have a profound understanding of the restorative t­ reatment ­pathways using dental implants as well as of the ­available ­complex surgical ­interventions, such as guided bone ­regeneration and sinus floor e ­ levation required for o ­ ptimal implant placement in ­compromised cases ѹѹ Have a profound understanding of the biological and ­technical aspects of complications of implant treatments, and be c­ ompetent in the ­prevention and management of the most commonly encountered problems

hong kong location―University of Hong Kong, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong SAR,

40

credits

PR China date―August 12–17, 2018 duration―6 days

lecture

fee―ITI Fellows/Members: HKD 26000 Non-ITI Members: HKD 29000 HKD 16800 (Full-time graduate s­ tudent,

hands-on

written confirmation by program ­director required) target group―Dentists max. participants―34 

live

speakers―Dr. Nikos Mattheos, Prof. NP Lang, Prof. Daniel Wismeijer, Prof. Michael ­Bornstein, Prof. Tomas Flemmig, Prof. Lijian Jin, Prof. ­Yukka ­Matinlinna, Ass. Prof. Chatchai Kunavisarut, Ass. Prof. ­Edmond Pow, Ast. Prof. George Fokas registration and information― ITI Education Phone: +41 (0) 612 70 83 85 Fax: +41 (0) 612 70 83 84 [email protected] www.iti.org social activities―Lamma Island tour, Victoria Peak tour, Dinner at Stanley

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28th ITI Education Week Bern

Evidence-Based Clinical Concepts in Implant Dentistry

level

EN

language

course overview This one-week course was established 15 years ago and was designed for clinicians with an interest in the field of implant dentistry. This basic course presents evidence-based treatment concepts for the rehabilitation of fully and partially eden-

40

credits

tulous patients. Besides more than 25 lectures, the participants can watch live surgeries and observe how dental implants are applied in patients. The course also offers the opportunity to participate in treatment planning as well as surgical and prosthetic hands-on

lecture

workshops.

course topics include ѹѹ Current trends in implant dentistry

hands-on

ѹѹ Oro-facial anatomy related to implant dentistry ѹѹ Medical risk factors for implant therapy ѹѹ Bone and soft tissue integration of dental implants ѹѹ The use of CBCT in implant patients

live

ѹѹ The periodontal risk patient ѹѹ Treatment planning in periodontally compromised patient ѹѹ Treatment planning / risk assessment in partially edentulous patients: The prosthetic view point ѹѹ Treatment options in fully edentulous patients ѹѹ Two surgical hands-on sessions ѹѹ Basic surgical principles in implant dentistry, surgical procedures in posterior sites without and with bone defects ѹѹ Prosthetic procedures in posterior sites: Keep it simple and safe! ѹѹ Surgical procedures in fully edentulous patients for implant ­supported overdentures ѹѹ Implant supported prostheses in fully edentulous patients ѹѹ Bone grafts, bone substitutes and barrier membranes ѹѹ Two case presentations and discussions ѹѹ Supportive maintenance care of implant patients ѹѹ Soft tissue corrections at dental implants ѹѹ Risk assessment and surgical aspects for esthetic single-tooth replacement ѹѹ Hard and soft tissue alterations post extraction ѹѹ Implant placement with GBR, implant placement post extraction ѹѹ New options with digital technology in implant restorations ѹѹ Provisional restorations in esthetic implant sites ѹѹ Prosthetic step-by-step procedures for single-tooth replacement in the esthetic zone ѹѹ Two prosthetic hands-on sessions

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28th ITI Education Week Bern

Evidence-Based Clinical Concepts in Implant Dentistry

level

EN

language

course topics include ѹѹ Prevalence, prevention and handling of biologic complications ѹѹ Prevalence and handling of hardware complications ѹѹ Complex surgical procedures with GBR ѹѹ Prosthetic handling of extended edentulous spaces in the ­anterior maxilla

bern, switzerland location―School of Dental Medicine, André Schroeder Auditorium, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,

40

credits

Switzerland

ѹѹ Implant placement with sinus grafting procedures

date―August 20–24, 2018

ѹѹ 5-6 Live surgeries

duration―5 days

course objectives

fee―ITI Fellows/Members: CHF 4200

ѹѹ Learn why a comprehensive preoperative analysis and risk assessment is important to establish the basis for successful long-term outcomes with implant supported restorations

Non-ITI Members: CHF 4600

ѹѹ Understand the basics of restoration-driven implant placement and the concept of contour augmentation using GBR to optimize esthetic outcomes

max. participants―60 

ѹѹ Know the indications and clinical step-by-step procedures for screw-retained and cemented implant restorations

Sculean, Prof. D. Bosshardt, Prof. G. Salvi,

ѹѹ Learn how to maintain dental implants on the long term and how to treat and prevent complications with implants and implant restorations

Dr. S. Janner, Dr. T. Joda, Dr. V. Suter,

Postgraduate student: CHF 2100

lecture

hands-on

target group―Dentists speakers―Prof. Daniel Buser, Prof. Urs C. Belser, Prof. Urs Brägger, Prof. Anton

live

Prof. M. Schimmel, Dr. V. Chappuis, Dr. J. ­Wittneben registration and information― ITI Education Phone: +41 (0) 612708385 Fax: +41 (0) 612708384 [email protected] www.iti.org social activities―There will be two ­social evening events

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ITI Education Week Toronto

Incorporating Best Practices in Implant Dentistry to Minimize Complications

level

EN

language

course overview Using a lecture and case-based format, this four-day program aims to broaden the participants’ knowledge and approach to the management of dental implant therapy at the advanced/complex level. The course begins with an introduction to

28

credits

new trends in treatment planning in dental implantology, ­followed by practical and evidence-based guidelines for analysis of risk and treatment planning, stepwise demonstrations of surgical and ­prosthodontic protocols, up-to-date analyses of adjunctive surgical

lecture

procedures, provision of insight into how to time treatment in the context of the growing individual, as well as tips for t­ roubleshooting and strategies for preventing and dealing with complications. Content is delivered through lectures and multiple case histories and discussion between participants and faculty. Surgical and

hands-on

­prosthodontic procedures are transmitted live and in video format, including CT-assisted computer-guided surgery simulation to allow participants to fully understand and practice what they have seen and learned.

live

course topics include ѹѹ New trends and pitfalls in treatment planning ѹѹ Digital diagnostic tools and their shortcomings ѹѹ Esthetic risk assessment and SAC classification to mitigate complications ѹѹ Contemporary radiographic techniques ѹѹ Treatment planning for patients with a complex ­medical ­history and exposure to risk factors ѹѹ Restorative planning for advanced and complex edentulous patients ѹѹ Advantages and limitations of CADCAM technologies ѹѹ Surgical/restorative planning for advanced and ­complex ­(partially) edentulous patients ѹѹ Surgical aspects of complex esthetic single-tooth and short-span restorations ѹѹ Bone substitutes and membranes ѹѹ Sinus grafting and tissue regeneration ѹѹ Risks associated with implant placement in post-extraction sockets ѹѹ The influence of restorative procedures on esthetic outcomes and patient satisfaction ѹѹ Safely navigating the digital restorative workflow: clinical and laboratory ѹѹ Removable dental prostheses ѹѹ CT-assisted computer guided implant surgery ѹѹ Narrow diameter implants and other restorative controversies 54

ITI Education Week Toronto

Incorporating Best Practices in Implant Dentistry to Minimize Complications

level

EN

language

course topics include ѹѹ Implant loading protocols: single crowns, bridges in extended edentulous sites, fixed prostheses in edentulous jaws, overdentures ѹѹ Survival and complications associated with implant restorations ѹѹ Prevention and management of biologic and technical complications ѹѹ Effects of anti-infective preventive measures ѹѹ Therapy of peri-implantitis ѹѹ Laboratory designs for success ѹѹ Recommended clinical procedures originating from the 2013 5th ITI Consensus Conference ѹѹ Guided surgery simulation hands-on ѹѹ Live/video surgical/prosthodontic demos

toronto, canada location―Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto, Canada

28

credits

date―October 17–20, 2018 duration―4 days

lecture

fee―ITI Fellows/Members: CAD 2475 Non-ITI Members: CAD 2750 target group―Dentists max. participants―20 

hands-on

speakers―Dr. Robert P. Carmichael, Dr. William Abbott, Mr. Slawek Bilko, Dr. Allen Burgoyne, Dr. Joseph Fava,

course objectives

Dr. Marshall M. Freilich, Dr. Stephen Ho,

ѹѹ Understand surgical and restorative treatment planning for advanced and complex cases of single tooth, short- and long-span fixed and removable prostheses

Dr. Ernest Lam, Dr. Robin D. Listrom,

ѹѹ Understand the role of digital tools in the surgical and ­restorative workflows

Dr. Peter Fritz, Dr. Donald Somerville

ѹѹ Understand treatment outcomes, including surgical and ­prosthetic complications, in advanced and complex cases

ITI Education

ѹѹ Understand the consensus statements and recommended ­clinical procedures originating from the 5th ITI Consensus Conference

Fax: +41 (0) 612708384

live

Dr. ­Morley S. Rubinoff, Dr. Majd AL Mardini, Dr. Eszter Somogyi-Ganss, registration and information― Phone: +41 (0) 612708385 [email protected] www.iti.org

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ITI Foundation in Implant Dentistry level

EN

language

course overview FID is a comprehensive programme which offers a unique combination of five components: Modular course taught by a broad faculty of ITI Fellows and Members. In the tradition of the ITI, the faculty combine their wealth of implant experience with the ITI philosophy of treatment for the benefit of the patient. The outcome is an evidence-based curriculum in a continuously peer-reviewed course format. One-to-one practice-based mentoring for implant education in the clinical environment. Allied 24/7 online education through the ITI Online Academy – a ­living ‘textbook’ that complements and backs-up the modular course didactic teaching. FID has its own dedicated Campus on the ITI Online

crawley, uk location―ITI Education Centre date―February 20–21, 2018

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credits

March 20–21, 2018 April 17–18, 2018, May 22–23, 2018 June 19–20, 2018

lecture

September 18–19, 2018 duration―12 days host―International Team for ­Implantology (ITI)

hands-on

Academy and learning modules, lectures and treatment examples are part of the FID curriculum. Option of continuing postgraduate education in the MSc in Implant Dentistry at the University of Bristol. FID is approved as prior learning equivalent to the first year of the MSc and subject to assessment on an individual basis, successful applicants have the option of entry directly into the second year of the MSc (subject to availability of year two places).

fee―£ 6,000 + VAT target group―Dentists max. participants―24 registration and information― Please contact the Education d ­ epartment on +44 (0) 1293 651270 or www.iti.org/uk

Dental team training for nurses and treatment coordinators.

course topics include ѹѹ Introduction to Implant Dentistry ѹѹ Identifying Straightforward Cases ѹѹ Single Tooth Replacement ѹѹ Implant Assisted Overdentures ѹѹ Interactive Treatment Planning ѹѹ Implant Surgery ѹѹ Introduction to the Esthetic Zone ѹѹ Care of Implants and their Restorations

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botiss International Course Calendar 2018

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bone & tissue days Tel Aviv

EN

language

course overview In the last years the bone & tissue days have become a major platform for the discussion of current innovations and concepts in dental tissue regeneration. The bone & tissue days are an innovative congress concept with a strong focus on dental hard and soft tissue regeneration. They are characterized by a combination of theoretical clinical-scientific lectures and practically orientated workshops. The bone & tissue days take place all around the world, and since 2012, there have been 43 bone & tissue days in 28 countries.

programm Thursday, 10th May 2018 08:00–08:45 Registration & Exhibition 08:45–09:00 Welcome & Opening ceremony 09:00–10:30 Daniel Rothamel & Ilan Beitiltumi: 360° World of Regeneration 10:30–11:00 Coffee break 11:00–12:00 Jan Kielhorn: Update on maxgraft® cortico: Shell technique reloaded 12:00–13:00 Ran Herzberg & Guy Carmeli: Regenerative ­periodontal therapy for aesthetic and predictable results. What are the limits? 13:00–14:00 Lunch & Exhibition 14:00–15:00 Cobi Landsberg: Preservation of the “imperfect socket”: Is it effective? 15:00–16:00 Benjamin Retzkin: Complications in sinus elevation surgery 16:00–16:30 Coffee break 16:30–17:30 Marius Steigmann: Preventing and solving ­complications for bone grafting 2 parallel Workshops: 13:30–16:00 Workshop Jan Kielhorn: maxgraft® cortico: Shell technique reloaded – new ways for an ­established technique 13:30–16:00 Workshop Giovanni Zucchelli & Martina Stefanini: Mucogingival esthetic surgery

tel aviv, israel

lecture

location―Dan Panorama Tel Aviv date―May 10–11, 2018

hands-on

time―Day 1: 09:00–17:30h Day 2: 08:30-14:15h duration―2 days fee―Congress lectures: NIS 750 + VAT Congress lectures and workshop: NIS 1950 + VAT target group―Periodontists, ­Implantologists, Oral and maxillofacial surgeons speakers―Dr. Ilan Beitlitum, Prof. Dr. Nitzan Bichacho, Dr. Dr. Oliver Blume, Dr. Guy Carmeli, Dr. Mirela Feraru, Dr. Ran Herzberg, Jan Kielhorn, Dr. Cobi Landsberg, Dr. Benjamin Retzkin, Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Rothamel, Dr. Martina Stefanini, Dr. Marius Steigmann, Prof. Dr. Giovanni Zucchelli registration and information― Mrs. Meital Yaniv Email: [email protected] Mobile: +972 (0)50 75 55 512 Phone: +972 (0)3 65 44 570 Further events on: www.boneandtissue.com

Friday, 11th May 2018 08:00–08:30 Welcome coffee & Exhibition 08:30–10:30 Giovanni Zucchelli: Soft tissue defects around ­osteointegrated implants 10:30–11:15 Mirela Feraru & Nitzan Bichacho: Managing the periorestorative interface of implant-based restorations at the smile zone: Concepts and strategies – Part 1 11:15–11:45 Brunch & Exhibition 11:45–12:30 Mirela Feraru & Nitzan Bichacho: Managing the periorestorative interface of implant-based restorations at the smile zone: Concepts and strategies – Part 2 12:30–14:00 Oliver Blume: Cutting-edge techniques in bone ­augmentation using a customized allogenic block 59

Steigmann & Zucchelli level

EN

language

course overview Premium course with the two leading experts in the field of dental aesthetics, periodontology & implantology. One course – Two different approaches – Three days of high quality learning.

course topics include Day 1: Lectures ѹѹ Dr. Steigmann: Prevention of flap opening in the aesthetic zone

berlin, germany location―Humboldt Carré date―March 15–17, 2018 time―Day 1: 08:30–17:00h Day 2: 09:00–17:00h Day 3: 09.00–17:00h duration―3 days

ѹѹ Prof. Dr. Zucchelli: Advantages of flap opening in the aesthetic zone ѹѹ Dr. Steigmann: Rules of incision flap design suturing in the ­aesthetic zone

EUR 3299, fees plus VAT

ѹѹ Prof. Dr. Zucchelli: Flap design and soft tissue augmentation

- Three-day course with lectures, work-

Day 2: Workshop Sessions on pig jaws ѹѹ Dr. Steigmann: Soft tissue preservation and correction of soft tissue failure in the aesthetic zone ѹѹ Prof. Dr. Zucchelli: Mucogingival aesthetic surgery ѹѹ The workshops run parallel and in the afternoon, the workshop groups will switch to the other speaker Day 3: The debate – Treatment of soft tissue complications in the esthetic zone ѹѹ Dr. Steigmann: Papilla loss and mid-facial recessions ѹѹ Prof. Dr. Zucchelli: Buccal soft tissue dehiscence and papilla loss ѹѹ Dr. Steigmann & Prof. Dr. Zucchelli: Conflict and dialog with Q&A

hands-on

fee―Course fee without ­accommodation: EUR 2899

­procedure during implant installation in the aesthetic zone

lecture

Course fee incl. accommodation: All fees include: shops and interactive panel discussion - Catering during the whole event - Dinner on Thursday evening - Evening event on Friday in the ­SOLAR SKY Lounge (Transfer from hotel to the venue is ­included.) Hotels: TITANIC Gendarmenmarkt Berlin and Westin Grand Berlin Accommodation from March 14–17, 2018 target group―Implantologists, ­Periodontists max. number of participants―80 speakers―Dr. Marius Steigmann, Prof. Dr. Giovanni Zucchelli

Take your personal experience and clinical skills to the next level. registration and information― botiss biomaterials GmbH Katharina Kirchner Phone: +49 30 20 60 73 98 44 [email protected] www.botiss-academy.com

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Hands-on Human Cadaver Course Advanced dental implantology including hard and soft tissue management

level

EN

language

course overview In this two-day course you can learn and practice different bone augmentation concepts and soft tissue management to perform big augmentation procedures successfully. The augmentation procedures will focus on the Bone Ring Technique for vertical augmentation and block augmentation with allogenic bone blocks as well as CADCAM designed allogenic bone blocks. The course focuses on state-of-the-art oral implant dentistry and advanced soft tissue reconstruction. The course is highly practical and hands-on oriented on fresh frozen human heads (80% of the time), while about 20% will be lectures, technique explanation and live-/­ video-taped surgeries. Two participants will work together on a human skull, which enables a “close to reality” training of the surgical procedures. The speakers will show all techniques by live video transmission and will be around to support you together with the team of the center of anatomy.

course topics include ѹѹ Bone augmentation with allogenic bone rings ѹѹ Block augmentation and advanced soft tissue techniques

vienna, austria location―Center of Anatomy and Cell Biology of the Medical University of Vienna,

lecture

Währingerstrasse 13, 1090 Vienna, Austria date―May 26–27, 2018

hands-on

December 1–2, 2018 time―09:00–17:00 h duration―2 days fee―EUR 2300 (All-in package, + 20% VAT, includes course fee and catering during event, 2 nights at the 4**** Hotel Regina, Social Event on ­Saturday.) target group―Implantologists, Oral and maxillofacial surgeons max. number of participants―30 speakers―Dr. Bernhard Giesenhagen, Dr. Frank Kloss, Dr. Norbert Fock registration and information― botiss biomaterials GmbH Katharina Kirchner Phone: +49 30 20 60 73 98 44 [email protected] www.botiss-academy.com

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Two-day Human Cadaver Course Hands-on course for hard and soft tissue managment

level

EN

language

course overview During this two-day course participants will learn and perform different concepts and techniques for hard and soft tissue augmentation and management. Starting with the presentation of the most important anatomical structures (nerves, vessels), to standard and advanced, innovative techniques for bone augmentation as well as incision and flap designs for optimal outcomes. Participants will get insight into all aspects of dental hard and soft tissue regeneration. One focus will be on possibilities and limitations of biomaterial applications.

course topics include Day 1

berlin, germany location―Medizin im Grünen, Medical competence center, Ulmenstraße 12, 15864 Wendisch Rietz date―October 26–27, 2018 time―Day 1: 09:00-18:00h, duration―2 days fee―EUR 1990 (+ 19% VAT)

ѹѹ Techniques for the restoration of the functional and aesthetic emergence profile

and catering during the event, 2 nights

ѹѹ Biomaterials for soft tissue management

All-in package includes: Course fee ­hotel accommodation from Thursday to Saturday and Dinner on Friday evening target group―Dentist

Day 2

max. number of participants―20

ѹѹ Training of augmentation techniques

speakers―Dr. Theodor Thiele,

ѹѹ Biomaterials for hard tissue management

Dr. Stavros Pelekanos

ѹѹ Harvesting of transplants ѹѹ Hard and soft tissue management around implants ѹѹ Incision and flap design ѹѹ Techniques for tension-free wound closure

course objectives Two participants will work together on a cadaver skull. The fresh frozen cadavers enable a “close to reality” training of the surgical procedures. Dr. Thiele and Dr. Pelekanos will show all techniques by live video transmission and will be around to support you together with the team of

hands-on

Day 2: 09:00-17:00h

ѹѹ Presentation of relevant structures and dissection of ­anatomical danger zones

ѹѹ Mucosal and connective tissue grafts

lecture

registration and information― botiss biomaterials GmbH Katharina Kirchner Phone: +49 30 20 60 73 98 44 [email protected] www.botiss-academy.com social activities―Dinner on ­Friday evening

the competence center.

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